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    Opportunity: MOLECULAR CARDIOLOGY/BIOINFORMATICS -- Postdoc, Research Associate, or Graduate Student @ Ohio State University Wexner Medical Center -- Columbus, OH (US)
    Submitted by Matt Stratton; posted on Friday, August 30, 2019

    BACKGROUND

    Seeking a motivated, creative, and scientifically curious individual who can leverage skills in the cell/molecular lab and skills in big data analysis to rapidly test mechanistic hypotheses of gene expression regulation. We want to know how cardiac muscle cells regulate the expression and secretion of paracrine factors that drive fibrosis and inflammation in the heart. Our ultimate goal is to develop effective therapeutic strategies for heart failure. We are a new and growing lab that prioritizes fostering a team environment, following the data, professional development, productivity, and integrity. Successful graduate student or postdoc candidates will be encouraged to submit fellowship applications that include a collaborating senior professor within the department as a co-mentor.

    The Stratton lab is housed in the David Heart and Lung Research Institute/Dept. of Physiology and Cell Biology, Ohio State University Wexner Medical Center. medicine.osu.edu/phys[...].aspx, u.osu.edu/strattonlab/.

    RESPONSIBILITIES

    Be a great lab citizen. Develop research projects that test the role of pre-identified proteins or lncRNAs in pathologic cardiac remodeling. Rapidly learn and execute various cell/molecular biology research techniques as needed. Serve as an in-house bioinformatics specialist to query available data sets and train others in these tasks. Assist in preparation of publications and grant applications. Thoroughly document experiments and analyses.

    REQUIREMENTS

    Lab experience and publication record appropriate for the applicant's stage in training. Minimum: BS/BA in biology or mathematics/physics related field with 2+ years wet lab research experience and demonstrated acumen for big data analysis. Upon hiring decision, successful candidate must be able to begin work locally within 3 months.

    TERMS

    100% FTE

    LOCALE

    Columbus, Ohio: A friendly Midwestern town with metropolitan style, wexnermedical.osu.edu/care[...]umbus.

    COMPENSATION

    Commensurate with experience/NIH scale.

    HOW TO APPLY

    Interested applicants should submit CV, brief description of interest and qualifications (cover letter), along with contact information for 2 references to matthew(dot)Stratton{at}osumc.edu. References will not be contacted until after an initial phone interview. Alternatively, Research Associate applicants can apply at wexnermedical.osu.edu/care[...]44700 and Postdoctoral applicants can apply at wexnermedical.osu.edu/care[...]52861.

    DEADLINE

    Open until filled.

    POLICY

    Requires successful completion of a background check; qualified candidates may be asked to complete a pre-employment physical, including a drug screen. Ohio State University is an equal opportunity employer.

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