Research Assistant Professor, Dr. Kubasiak's Lab

Loyola University Chicago
Maywood-Health Sciences & Rogers Park-Lake Shore Campuses
Closing date
Aug 23, 2021

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Research Assistant Professor - Dr. Kubasiak's Lab

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Research Assistant Professor, Dr. Kubasiak's Lab

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University Faculty

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Maywood-Health Sciences & Rogers Park-Lake Shore Campuses

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SURGERY (06740A)

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The Kubasiak Lab is focused on the intersection of injury, frailty, and the regenerative potential. The candidate will participate in the development of novel murine models of poly trauma and burn shock. The candidate will also focus on novel methods for the modulation of the regenerative response relative to ageing. The ideal candidate should have experience with small animal research, cell culture techniques, and molecular biology techniques. Preference will be given to candidates who possess strong communication skills, time management and task orientated.


The applicant should have a PhD or MD and previous background in Stem Cell biology, Immunology, or Inflammation.
Fluent spoken and written English
Mouse and Rat experience preferred

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Standing, Repetitive Motions

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The applicant should have a PhD or MD and previous background in Stem Cell biology, Immunology, or Inflammation.
Fluent spoken and written English

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