Multidisciplinary Training in Kidney Cell Biology, Genetics, and Clinical/Translational Studies

Multidisciplinary Training in Kidney Cell Biology, Genetics, and Clinical/Translational Studies

Massachusetts General Hospital (MGH) - Harvard Medical School (HMS)

Boston, MA, United States

Multidisciplinary Training in Kidney Cell Biology, Genetics, and Clinical/Translational studies.
Positions are available for NIH T32 training grant funded Nephrology Research Fellowships in the Nephrology Division at Massachusetts General Hospital.

To qualify for a training position, you must be a citizen or hold permanent residence status in the US. You must also have received a Ph.D., M.D., or equivalent doctoral degree from an accredited domestic or foreign institution.

The MGH Division of Nephrology carries out basic and translational research using cell, molecular, and structural biology techniques using a number of model organisms. MGH Nephrology Research Programs encompass Clinical/Translational studies and a broad range of disciplines including

• Kidney development and congenital disorders
• Kidney regeneration
• Kidney cell metabolomics
• Kidney epithelial biology and membrane transport
• Patient centered clinical research, translational studies, and experimental therapeutics

Additional information on MGH Nephology Research
Labs can be found at

https://www.massgeneral.org/nephrology/research/
For more information about NIH Training Grant fellowship opportunities, please contact individual Faculty Members directly or:

Iain Drummond PhD., Director
idrummond@mgh.harvard.edu

Roy Soberman M.D., Director
soberman@helix.mgh.harvard.edu

Eugene Rhee M.D. PhD,
Chief Nephrology Division, MGH
eprhee@partners.org

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Multidisciplinary Training in Kidney Cell Biology, Genetics, and Clinical/Translational Studies