Postdoctoral Research Position: Molecular Mechanisms Regulating Development/Injury/Repair of the Lung, CCHMC

Posted 11/16/2018

Cincinnati Children’s is a premier pediatric research institution where researchers work collaboratively across specialties to address some of the biggest challenges in improving child health.

The Kalinichenko lab in the Division of Pulmonary Biology has a long-standing interest in molecular mechanisms regulating the development and injury/ repair of the respiratory system. We are interested in developing novel treatments for congenital and adult lung diseases, and have several projects related to ESC/ iPSC derived endothelial progenitor cells, generation of mouse models of human diseases, lung tissue engineering and nanoparticle-based delivery systems targeting the lung. We are looking for candidates with PhD and strong background in molecular biology, biochemistry, ESC/ iPSC, blastocyst complementation, embryology and nanotechnology for postdoctoral Research Associate (Staff Scientist) position.

Please submit a cover letter, CV and contact details for 3 referees to Vladimir Kalinichenko, MD, PhD  at Vladimir.Kalinichenko@cchmc.org.

To apply online go to https://jobs.cincinnatichildrens.org/search/searchjobs and search for job (requisition) number 103250.
 
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Last Updated 11/16/2018