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Associate Research Scientist

Employer
Columbia University
Location
New York City, NY
Closing date
Sep 24, 2022

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Sector
Science
Organization Type
Corporate
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The Department of Anesthesiology at Columbia University Irving Medical Center, Vagelos College of Physicians and Surgeons, seeks an Associate Research Scientist in the lab of George Hasko, MD, PhD. Primary responsibilities are in the area of regulation of the host's response to hemorrhagic shock and organ ischemia-reperfusion injury by purinergic receptors including ATP and adenosine receptors. The experiments conducted will use animal and cellular models of hemorrhagic shock and ischemia-reperfusion injury. The research also comprises methods such as immunoblotting, ELISA, real-time PCR, biochemical assays and flow cytometry. The selectee will also assist with the instructing and training of students, fellows, technicians and laboratory assistants as required. In addition, the selectee will submit purchase recommendations of equipment and supplies to his/her supervisor. Additional duties may be assigned as required.

Qualified candidates must have a PhD, MD, or both in addition to four or more years of research experience in their field. Experience with mouse surgery is also required. The university offers a competitive salary and an excellent benefits package. This position falls under a collective bargaining agreement.

Applicants can reach out to the Principal Investigator directly for more information regarding this position: George Hasko, MD, PhD, email: gh2503@cumc.columbia.edu.

Qualified candidates must have a PhD, MD, or both in addition to four or more years of research experience in their field. Experience with mouse surgery is also required.

Columbia University is an Equal Opportunity Employer / Disability / Veteran
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