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POSTDOCTORAL SCHOLAR

Requisition # 2894

Position Basics


Advertising Ends on:Extended Until Position is Filled
Advertising Started on:Tuesday, December 5th, 2017
College:Carver College of Medicine
Department:Internal Medicine

Salary


Salary:$47,484.00 to Commensurate

Position Details


Full/Part Time Status:Full Time
Percent Time:100%
Position Description:

A postdoctoral research scholar position is available in the Department of Internal medicine in the Division of Nephrology.



Research in the laboratory is focused on studying the function of genes that when mutated result in inheritable kidney diseases, by applying a wide array of biochemistry, genetics, genomics, cell biology and imaging studies.



The specific project will be aimed to identify and characterize novel molecular signaling pathways operating in the endothelium that control microvascular coagulation.



 

Education Requirement:

PhD or other terminal degree.

Required Qualifications:

The ideal candidate will be a highly motivated researcher who has recently obtained his or her PhD degree, with a strong background in molecular biology, animal genetics, mouse husbandry and handling, and animal procedures. Candidates with experience with animal endothelial biology and coagulation will be given priority. Candidates qualified for NIH training grants and fellowships will be also favorably considered. Willing to work in a collaborative environment and strong research ethics and integrity are a must-have. The post-doctoral scholar will be expected to be responsible for the experimental design, collecting and analyzing research data, troubleshooting experiments, and training graduate students and research assistants. He or she will also be responsible for the preparation of manuscripts related to his/her work.

Desirable Qualifications:

Candidates qualified for NIH training grants and fellowships will be also favorably considered. Willing to work in a collaborative environment and strong research ethics and integrity are a must-have. The post-doctoral scholar will be expected to be responsible for the experimental design, collecting and analyzing research data, troubleshooting experiments, and training graduate students and research assistants. He or she will also be responsible for the preparation of manuscripts related to his/her work.


Online Application Required Documents


 Curriculum Vita
Name and Contact Information of References
Letters of Interest
 Number of References:  3

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Contact Information


Contact:Carol L Wehby - carol-wehby@uiowa.edu
Cmed-Internal Medicine
UNIVERSITY HOSPITAL - GENERAL
200 HAWKINS DR
SE320 GH
IOWA CITY, IA 52242



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