Postdoctoral Fellow Research Opportunity – Valhalla, NY
The Schwartzman lab at New York Medical College School of Medicine seeks a highly motivated postdoctoral researcher. The successful applicant will work on an NIH-funded research project to study the role of the orpha receptor GPR75 in the regulation of endothelial and smooth muscle function and the development of vascular dysfunction and remodeling in hypertension. This is primarily a research position requiring various types of laboratory work, including cell culture, measurement of intracellular signaling molecules, basic molecular biology and protein chemistry techniques, animal handling (genotyping and phenotyping), and other procedures as needed. The Postdoctoral Researcher will work primarily with GPR75 transgenic mice; he/she will also assist in experiment planning, data collection and analysis. He/She should have the ability to work both independently and as part of our research team. Candidates should have strong English-language organizational, written and verbal communication skills. The successful applicant will also train and supervise students and be responsible for publishing the results and will assist in grant preparation. A recent PhD in Pharmacology, Physiology or a related field is required.
Please submit a CV, letter, and Statement of Research Interests to: Ms. Gail Anderson at firstname.lastname@example.org
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