Research Fellow | Int Med-Molecular Medicine
Job Title: Research Fellow
Job ID: 2694
Full/Part Time: Full-Time
Job Category: Research Professional
INTERNAL MEDICINE - MOLECULAR MEDICINE
Full-time Regular, 30 hours/week
The post-doctoral research fellow will work under the supervision of Dr. Richard Loeser in the Section of Molecular Medicine and perform basic laboratory experiments designed to elucidate the mechanisms by which oxidative stress regulates articular chondrocyte function and contributes to the development of osteoarthritis (OA). The experiments include cell signaling studies using cells isolated from human and mouse tissue as well as in vivo studies in a mouse model of OA.
The position requires a doctorate degree in a relevant area of science. Knowledge of basic laboratory techniques, cell isolation and culture, and experience in mouse work is required.
Note: This position contains grant funding which may limit the duration of the job. Specific time frames vary based on the type and length of the grant and will be discussed during the interview.
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