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Graduate students and rostdoctoral Researcher Positions-The mitochondrial basis of aging

The Ohio State University Physiology and Cell Biology
Columbus, Ohio, United States
Salary (NIH guidelines based on experience) and Benefits
Closing date
Nov 15, 2022
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Graduate students, research assistant and postdoctoral positions in the Sun laboratory will be available to highly motivated candidates to study the mechanisms of aging. We investigate how mitochondria participate in aging, and to explore effective interventions to counteract aging and age-related diseases. The laboratory work ranges from molecular biology to systems physiology using multiple (>15) genetically modified mouse models, surgical mouse models, iPSC technology, multi-omics approaches, genome-scale CRISPR-Cas9 activation/repression screening technology, and high-content image-based chemical screening. We are seeking highly motivated individuals trained in the field of biomedical research. Candidates with your own brilliant ideas are highly encouraged to apply.

The Sun lab offers a unique, dynamic environment encompassing both basic science and translational research funded by the NIH. You will receive advanced training from the PI and the research team to enhance your professional skills and academic career development. Compensation and benefits will be commensurate with the applicant's experience.

How to apply:

Interested candidates please submit a CV, a cover letter describing your research interest or experience (no page limit), and contact details of three references to:

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