Provide high level research support to the laboratory of Dr. Min You.
Principal Functional Responsibilities
1) Perform NIH-funded projects studying molecular mechanisms of alcoholic or non-alcoholic liver disease.
2) Analysis and interpretation of data, and develop new research projects.
3) Other duties as assigned
Education/Degrees: Ph.D./M.D. in biomedical sciences
Experience: Five years laboratory research experiences, manuscript and grant writing, ability to develop independent research projects
Key Skills and Personal Characteristics
• Molecular biology techniques, design and handling genetically modified in vitro cellular culture or animal models.
• Analytical skills including molecular cloning, lipid inflammation analysis, real-time PCR, phenotyping and genotyping.
• Knowledge in biochemistry, molecular biology, liver disease and metabolic regulation and diseases.
• Good interpersonal, written and oral communication skills.
• Ability to work independently and be self-motivated.
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