POSTDOCTORAL SCHOLAR POSITION
AVAILABLE IN THE UCLA DIVISION OF CARDIOLOGY AND MOLECULAR BIOLOGY INSTITUTE
A postdoctoral position is available in the Sallam Lab in the Department of Medicine/Molecular Biology Institute at UCLA to study mechanisms of gene regulation in cardiometabolic diseases. The Lab is located in the newly developed Cardiovascular Theme facility at UCLA. The Sallam lab studies transcription factor regulatory circuits in common metabolic disorders such as dyslipidemia, obesity and atherosclerosis.
This is an entry-level position and candidates should not be beyond 1-2 year of completion of their PhD training. Ideal candidates should have a strong foundation in molecular and cell biology. Experience working with mice is preferred but not required. Candidates with expertise in computational epigenetics and non-coding RNA analysis are welcome to apply. Ideal candidate should have experience and motivation to pursue this line of investigation. Strong communication skills and references are required.
Contact Information: Please submit CV to Zach Pallin (email) or Tamer Sallam MD, PhD (firstname.lastname@example.org)
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Contact: Zach Pallin ZPallin@mednet.ucla.edu