Postdoctoral Fellow –Takuya Sakaguch Lab
ID: 7101186 (Ref.No. ccf15906158)
Posted: May 27, 2022
Application Deadline: Open Until Filled
Principal Investigator: Takuya Sakaguch, Ph.D.
Lerner Research Institute Department: Inflammation & Immunity
Lab Research Topics:
- Cholestatic liver disease
- Developmental Genetics
- Computational biology
- Molecular biology
- For more information about the lab’s research, please visit: https://www.lerner.ccf.org/immuno/sakaguchi/ or contact Takuya Sakaguchi at [email protected]
- Independent project design with the goal of data generation, analysis, interpretation and manuscript preparation
- Conduct molecular biology experiments
- Preparing the manuscript for publication.
- Maintaining animals for the project
- PhD or MD/PhD required
- MD with relevant laboratory experience may substitute for PhD
- English Proficiency proof required for candidates arriving on J-1, J-2, or F1 + OPT visa status
- Previous experience in a research or academic setting. Graduate student experience meets this requirement.
- Scientific writing experience
Additional Preferred Qualities:
- R or Python bioinformatic programming
- Experience in protein co-immunoprecipitation
Personal Protective Equipment:
- PPE per institutional requirements; may vary by laboratory
Preferred Application Materials:
All application materials should be submitted directly via email to Takuya Sakaguchi at [email protected].
- Contact information of three references
Keywords: Postdoc, Research, LRI, Zebrafish, Genetics, Human disease modeling, Animal models, Cleveland, Ohio, Liver, Biliary system
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