Postdoc Job Posting
Kramer, Kenneth (NIH/NHLBI)
kramerk2 at nhlbi.nih.gov
Tue Jul 13 06:42:00 EST 2004
National Heart, Lung, and Blood Institute
National Institutes of Health
The Developmental Biology Center, Division of Intramural Research in the
National Heart, Lung, and Blood Institute is seeking 3 Postdoctoral
Fellows. Candidates should have either:
* A Ph.D. in developmental, cell, or molecular
biology, genetics, or related discipline. The successful applicant will be
enthusiastic about developmental biology and ideally have training in
molecular techniques and zebrafish embryology. OR
* A Ph.D. in chemistry, physics, biochemistry or
related discipline. A highly motivated individual with training in
biological application of mass spectrometry is preferred. Experiences in
molecular biology or bioinformatics will be a great plus.
Candidates will have the opportunity to study how heparan sulfate and
chondroitin sulfate proteoglycans regulate cell signaling, adhesion, and
migration in the developmental context of early zebrafish pattern
formation, morphogenesis, and/or heart development. The facility provides
state-of-the-art equipment for genomic, proteomic, imaging, and
developmental analysis. Postdoctoral Fellows are encouraged to develop
The successful candidate will be offered stipend support commensurate with
experience; the 2004 range for these positions is $37,100- $62,000.
Scientific inquiries can be directed to Dr. Kenneth Kramer
[kramerk2 at nhlbi.nih.gov] or referred to
<http://dir.nhlbi.nih.gov/labs/ldb-pgs/> ] for more information.
Applicants should submit curriculum vitae and arrange for three letters of
recommendation to be sent to:
Kenneth Kramer, Ph.D.
10 Center Drive, Room 8N202
Bethesda, MD 20892-1762
The NIH is an Equal Opportunity Employer. Applications from women,
minorities, and persons with disabilities are strongly encouraged. The
NHLBI/NIH is a smoke-free workplace.
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