Proposes and undertakes a mentored, innovative project or challenge to develop novel molecular therapies for retinal diseases mediated by pathologic angiogenesis and epithelial-mesenchymal transition. Dr. Kim's laboratory focuses on pathological processes that are clinically relevant. His work is relevant for such conditions as diabetic retinopathy, age-related macular degeneration, and drug toxicities. The postdoctoral fellow is expected to designs and perform in vitro and animal experiments, analyze and present data under the mentorship of Dr. Kim.
- Read, analyze and summarize published literature
- Design and execute in vitro and in vivo
- Undertake relevant coursework if required by mentor.
- Attend relevant meetings
- Meet regularly with mentor to review project progress and milestones
- Plan and deliver a seminar on the project
- Take administrative (inventory, purchasing, etc.) responsibilities in the lab when necessary
- Write a final report or submit a manuscript to a peer-reviewed journal describing the project and results
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Applicants should have a PhD or MD/PhD in molecular/cellular biology, genetics, neuroscience, or a related discipline, and should have a demonstrated record of experience working with in vitro and in vivo models and excellent scientific writing skills as well as excellent interpersonal skills.WORKING CONDITIONS:
Lab setting.PHYSICAL REQUIREMENTS:
Possible lifting of 10 to 20 lbs., depending on nature of chosen project(s).EEO Statement EEO Statement:
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