The University of Michigan, Department of Internal Medicine, is seeking candidates for a Research Specialist Intermediate position in the Division of Cardiovascular Medicine. We are seeking a highly motivated bench scientist to advance the development of gene editing technologies towards therapies for curing human diseases such as cystic fibrosis (CF) and cardiovascular disease (CVD).
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What Benefits can you Look Forward to?
- Excellent medical, dental and vision coverage effective on your very first day
- Retirement Savings Opportunities
1. Develop collaborative, cutting-edge research programs related to CF and CVD projects: design experiments, analyze data, complete appropriate documentation of work, including technical reports & presentations;
2. Conduct experiments using transgenic cellular and animal models;
3. Develop mechanistic approaches and utilize molecular and emerging technology platforms to address genes that are associated with cystic fibrosis or atherosclerosis;
4. Integrate available mechanistic, biochemical, immunological, clinical, statistical, and pathologic data into study reports for regulatory submissions;
5. Collaborate with other scientists to advance shared missions;
6. Meet reporting metrics and provide summary updates to management.
The qualified candidate will have the following:
- A terminal research degree (MS or above) with a minimum of 4 years relevant experience in a relevant discipline.
- Expertise in molecular and cell biology techniques with published papers is required.
- Well-qualified candidates will have extensive knowledge about and preferably track record experience in gene editing technologies.
- Ability to manage multiple research activities.
- Outstanding oral and written communication skills with the ability to provide technical input are required.
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