Postdoctoral Position: Galperin Lan

Organization: Galperin Lab
University of Kentucky
Date Posted: 07/06/2021
City: Lexington
State: Kentucky
Primary Category: Research
Type of Position: Postdoctoral Position

Description & Details:

Postdoctoral Position in congenital disease
A postdoctoral position is available immediately in the Galperin lab at the University of Kentucky. The goal of Dr. Galperin’ s lab is to understand the cellular and molecular mechanisms underlaying congenital disease. We utilize a multidisciplinary approach that employed methodologies of cell biology, biochemistry and genetics. Many projects in the lab incorporate in vivo zebrafish model and ex vivo cell models.

Learn More: http://galperinlab.com/ ; https://biochemistry.med.uky.edu/

Qualifications:

The successful candidate will carry out an independent project on the role of cellular signaling in organismal development and congenital disease. Candidates should have a strong research record in any of the following areas: developmental biology, genetics, or other relevant fields. Experience in zebrafish embryology is preferred, but not required. The successful applicant will be a highly motivated individual with scientific curiosity, good communication skills, will have a proven publication record, and the ability to work independently. The appointment will be for 1 year with renewal up to 5 years.

To Apply:

Interested candidates should send a cover letter detailing research interest and suitability for this position as well as provide names of at least two references to Emilia.Galperin@uky.edu.
The Department of Biochemistry provides unique and outstanding resources to support innovative research. The Department of Biochemistry collaborates with a number of centers at the university that facilitate biomedical research, including the Markey Cancer Center, Spinal Cord and Brain Injury Research Center, the Sanders-Brown Center on Aging, and the Center for Clinical and Translational Science.

 
 

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