New Orleans, LAOpen Date:
Aug 31, 2023Description:
We are seeking a post-doctoral fellow to join our lab with a focus on brain vasculature and mitochondria. We study aging and Alzheimer’s disease; therefore, the applicant is expected to have a background in cerebrovascular sciences. The position involves independently performing experiments (data collection and analysis) and working as part of a team comprised of faculty, postdoctoral fellows, graduate, and undergraduate students. Proven expertise in rodent surgical techniques (including performing surgeries, handling, and monitoring rodents) and two-photon imaging are critical. The applicant should be familiar with a variety of approaches including fluorescent microscopy, working with isolated vessels, immunofluorescence, western blot, and PCR demonstrated by the applicant’s peer-reviewed publications. The applicant should be able to collect and analyze data, compose manuscripts for publication, as well as for presentations.Qualifications:
1. PhD or MD or equivalent degree with a strong background in cardiovascular biology.
2. Research experience in vascular and mitochondrial biology.
3. Experience in rodent surgeries.Application Instructions:
Candidates must apply in Interfolio and provide the following materials for submission:
Equal Employment Opportunity Statement:
- Cover Letter
- Contact information for 3 professional references including e-mail addresses.
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