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Postdoctoral Researcher

Case Western Reserve University
Cleveland, Ohio (US)
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Closing date
May 4, 2024

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Full Time
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Postdoctoral Researcher

Job Description

Postdoctoral positions are available at the Stelzer Lab in the Department of Physiology and Biophysics at Case Western Reserve University School of Medicine focused on preclinical development of cardiac sarcomere targets for treatment of heart failure. We are seeking talented and highly motivated individuals with expertise in cardiac physiology, protein biochemistry and biophysics, bioengineering, mitochondrial biology, metabolism, and gene therapy. These positions are funded by the NIH and industry. Our laboratory investigates molecular and in vivo contractile defects in inherited and acquired heart disease. We use a broad array of techniques in cardiac muscle biology and metabolism to identify novel therapeutic targets. These training opportunities are ideal for candidates interested in a career in academia or industry. The positions are available immediately; however, the start date is flexible.

PhD in physiology, bioengineering, biochemistry, molecular biology, or related field
Expertise in in vivo or ex vivo models of cardiac or skeletal muscle, metabolism, genetics, bioinformatic analysis
Track record of productivity as evidenced high quality publications and grants
Highly motivated and works independently
Excellent critical thinking skills
Excellent written and verbal communications skills

Application Process
Send the following by email to
Cover letter (1-2 pages) describing research accomplishments, interests, and career goals
Contact information of three references

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