The Srinivasan Lab at Oklahoma Medical Research Foundation (OMRF) studies lymphatic vascular development and disease. The lab uses state of the art biochemical, cell biological and transgenic technologies to dissect the roles of transcription factors and signaling molecules. Please check our latest publications: Cha et al (2016) Genes Dev. (cover image) June 16; 30: 1-16; Cha et al (2018) Cell Reports. (cover image) October 16; 25(3):571-584; Mahamud et al (2019) Development. November 5;146(21):dev184218; Geng et al (2020) JCI Insight. (cover image) July 23;5(14):e137652; Chen et al (2020) Development. (cover image) Dec 7;147(23):dev192351, and Cha et al (2020) Development. (cover image) Dec 13;147(23):dev195453.
We are recruiting motivated researchers with experience in Cell biology, Molecular Biology, Biochemistry or Immunology to conduct NIH supported research. Experience with organs such as the gut and lungs is preferred.
Required Qualifications Postdoctoral Fellow/Staff Scientist: Ph.D., M.D., or Ph.D./M.D. Research Technician: Undergraduate degree and above.
Salary of postdoctoral fellows is according to the stipulation of NIH. Salary of the Staff Scientist/Research Technician will be commensurate with experience. Preference will be given to candidates with publications in respected journals. Please send CV, list of 3 references, reprints of publications and a brief summary of interests and career goals to Sathishemail@example.com.
OMRF is an independent, not-for-profit, biomedical research institute in Oklahoma City, USA. OMRF has been selected as one of the best research institutions for postdocs in the USA by The Scientist journal. Oklahoma City metropolitan area offers affordable housing, low cost of living, great public schools and numerous recreational activities. Additional information about OMRF can be found at http://omrf.org. Please check the Srinivasan lab website for more information about our research: https://srinivasan.omrf.org/