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Post-doctoral Fellow

Johns Hopkins University Department of Medicine
Johns Hopkins School of Medicine, East Baltimore Campus
NIH-Level Starting Post-doc Salary
Closing date
10 Aug 2024

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Job Type
Employment - Hours
Full time
Fixed term

Post-doctoral position available to study novel strategies for treating genetic disorders. The strategies involve studying transporters and channel proteins involved in disease processes and mitigating changes that occur in heat shock proteins that affect protein processing. Candidate must have demonstrated experience in molecular biological techniques such as cloning, biochemical techniques such as western blotting, immunoprecipitation and surface biotinylation. The candidate should also have a working knowledge of how to access trafficking of membrane proteins using confocal microscopy. The principal investigator is an established investigator with a new NIH grant. Please email a complete application in one PDF file. The application should contain a curriculum vitae, personal statement, and two letters of recommendation.  Incomplete applications will not be accepted. Please email the application to Liudmila Cebotaru, Associate Professor of Medicine Johns Hopkins U. Johns Hopkins is an equal opportunity employer.


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