A NIH- and DOD-funded postdoctoral research associate or research associate positions with full benefits are available immediately to study the mechanisms that contribute to chronic lung diseases (COPD and lung fibrosis). The area of research focuses molecular biology of membrane receptors, transcriptional mediators and drug development/delivery. We invite applications from highly motivated MS, PhD, MD, or equivalent with strong background in membrane receptors or macrophage biology or a related discipline. A candidate with skills and experience in molecular biology, protein-protein or protein-DNA/RNA interactions, gene regulation, telomere dysfucntion, mucus cell metaplasia, macrophage activation by extracellular visicles, flow cytometry and drug development/delivery and animal study are preferred. The candidate will be expected to learn new techniques and develop independent avenues of research. Please send curriculum vitae to: Dr. Shetty, Professor, Department of Cellular and Molecular Biology, University of Texas Health Science Center at Tyler, TX 75708, USA. Email: firstname.lastname@example.org. We offer a competitive salary commensurate to experience.
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