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The Brody laboratory in the Department of Pharmacology at the University of Michigan is looking for a highly motivated post-doctoral fellow with a strong background in biochemistry, molecular biology, mouse genetics, and/or cardiac physiology. Our research is broadly focused on the molecular signals in cardiomyocytes that underlie cardiac disease onset and progression with a particular focus on signaling by GTPases. We have a specific interest in understanding how intracellular signaling is compartmentalized and regionally controlled by lipid modifications that modulate the function of signaling molecules in various cell types of the heart to control cardiac physiology and pathogenesis. Successful candidates will utilize a combination of mouse genetics, biochemistry, and molecular and chemical biology techniques to gain insight into pathophysiological signaling mechanisms that contribute to human cardiovascular disease. Skilled and motivated scientists with an interest in molecular and cellular cardiology are strongly encouraged to apply.
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PhD or equivalent degree in a relevant field (i.e. biochemistry, molecular biology, pharmacology).
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