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Research Associate - Cell & Molecular Physiology - POSTDOCTORAL FELLOWSHIP - ION CHANNELS AND DISEAS

Chicago, IL, US
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COMPANY: LOYOLA UNIVERSITY CHICAGO

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Research Associate - Cell & Molecular Physiology - POSTDOCTORAL FELLOWSHIP - ION CHANNELS AND DISEASE
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Research Associate - Cell & Molecular Physiology - POSTDOCTORAL FELLOWSHIP - ION CHANNELS AND DISEASE






Position Title
Research Associate - Cell & Molecular Physiology - POSTDOCTORAL FELLOWSHIP - ION CHANNELS AND DISEASE






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University Faculty






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Full-Time






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Exempt






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Maywood-Health Sciences Campus






Location Code
PHYSIOLOGY (06240A)






Department Name
PHYSIOLOGY






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We study the heart and brain. Projects focus on K+, Na+ and H+ channels, regulatory subunits, and peptide toxins. We use macroscopic and single-molecule electrophysiology and spectroscopy to evaluate native, clonal and iPS cells; phage display to isolate peptide toxins; and structural biology. Hypoxia and SUMO are two current areas of emphasis (https://ssom.luc.edu/goldsteinlab/). Priority will be given to recent Ph.D. graduates with experience in electrophysiology. Submit a statement of research interests, curriculum vitae and the names of 3 references to: Steve A.N. Goldstein, Stritch School of Medicine, Loyola University Chicago; #removed#








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We study the heart and brain. Projects focus on K+, Na+ and H+ channels, regulatory subunits, and peptide toxins. We use macroscopic and single-molecule electrophysiology and spectroscopy to evaluate native, clonal and iPS cells; phage display to isolate peptide toxins; and structural biology. Hypoxia and SUMO are two current areas of emphasis (https://ssom.luc.edu/goldsteinlab/). Priority will be given to recent Ph.D. graduates with experience in electrophysiology. Submit a statement of research interests, curriculum vitae and the names of 3 references to: Steve A.N. Goldstein, Stritch School of Medicine, Loyola University Chicago; #removed#








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10/01/2018






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