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Saint Louis University, a Catholic Jesuit institution, dedicated to student learning, research, health care, and service, is seeking applicants for a post-doctoral fellow position in the Department of Internal Medicine/Division of Nephrology. A Ph.D. degree in the Biomedical Sciences is required.
As a post-doctoral fellow performing research in the laboratory of Dr. Michael Rauchman, you will investigate the role of transcription factors and their associated chromatin remodeling complexes in the regulation of renal progenitor cell fate in the developing kidney. In this position you will use genetically engineered mice, classic embryological methods, primary cell culture and biochemical approaches to study the molecular regulation of kidney development and regeneration after injury. You will actively participate in the academic activities of the Nephrology Division and the Department of Biochemistry & Molecular Biology.
Interested candidates must submit a cover letter, application, and current curriculum vitae to https://jobs.slu.edu. Send three letters of recommendation and copies of transcripts by post to: Diane Goebel, Division of Nephrology, Saint Louis University Medical Center, Division of Nephrology (9-FDT), 1402 S. Grand Blvd., St. Louis, MO 63104. Review of applications begins immediately and continues until the position is filled. Saint Louis University is an Affirmative Action, Equal Opportunity Employer, and encourages nominations and applications of women and minorities.
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