Post Doctoral Fellow (molecular biology, cell biology or biochemistry)

Location:Salt Lake City, UT
Salary Range:DOE
Exempt/Non-Exempt:Exempt
Benefits:Strong benefit package offered.
Employment Type:Full Time
Employer:University of Utah
Description:Postdoctoral position is available to investigate the role of iron in cell proliferation and cancer. Dysregulation of iron metabolism can result in hematological, metabolic and neurological disorders, and increased risk of cancer. Research goals are focused on understanding how changes in the expression of iron regulated proteins alter cell proliferation. This project utilizes a multidisciplinary approach that employs mouse models, mammalian cell culture, protein biochemistry, RNA analysis, enzymatic assays, metabolomics and functional genomics.

University of Utah Job ID# PRN03443B, Molecular Medicine Program
Duties:The applicant must be able to perform self-directed research and have excellent technical and communication skills, and a willingness to collaborate with laboratory scientists and provide guidance to undergraduate and graduate students.
Qualifications:Candidates should have a PhD or MD and proven research experience in molecular biology, cell biology or biochemistry. Prior experience in mouse models is desirable.

TO APPLY ONLINE, VISIT:
http://utah.peopleadmin.com/postings/22244

In addition to applying online, the applicant should send a CV and the names of two faculty-level references to:

Betty A. Leibold, PhD
University of Utah Molecular Medicine (U2M2) Program
EIHG, Building 533 Room 4140
15 North 2030 East
Salt Lake City, UT 84112

Equal Employment Opportunity
The University of Utah is an Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity employer.
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