Hispanics In Education
Postdoc Jobs
Jobs, Career News, and Higher Education Events
HispanicsInAcademia.com HispanicsInAcademia.com HispanicsInAcademia.com
HispanicsInAcademia.com
HispanicsInAcademia.com
 
 
 
Job Seekers
Register
Post Resume
Find Jobs
Get jobs by email
 
 
Employers
Register
Post Jobs
Find Resumes
Get resumes by email
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Department of Anesthesiology- Pulmonary Vascular Biology
University of Alabama at Birmingham in Birmingham, Alabama
 
 
Save Print Apply
 
Date Posted 09/17/2019
Category
Postdoctoral-Neuroscience
Employment Type Fulltime
Application Deadline Open until filled
 
 
 
 
 

A151301 - Department of Anesthesiology- Pulmonary Vascular Biology

Mentor:  Dr. Aftab Ahmad, Associate Professor, Department of Anesthesiology- Pulmonary Vascular Biology, Univeristy of Alabama at Birmingham, 901 19th Street South, Birmingham, AL 35294.  Email: aftaba@uab.edu 

Postdoctoral position openings are available immediately in the area of pulmonary biology. The positions entail basic translational research (a) to investigate the role of hypoxic factors in pulmonary hypertension and (b) to investigate the role of extracellular RNA in chemical-induced lung injury.

A Ph.D. in Biological Sciences or a related discipline is required. Experience in one or more of the following areas is highly desirable: (i) animal handling, husbandry and restraint, as well as minor survival surgeries in rats and mice, to include intratracheal and intravenous drug administration and sample collection, as well as necropsy, (ii) standard molecular techniques, including molecular cloning, PCR, RealTime PCR, RNA and DNA isolations and western blots, (iii) cell culture techniques and transfections, (iv) pulmonary hemodynamic measurements, (v) lung morphometric techniques and (vi) animal imaging. The applicant is also expected to design experiments and write manuscripts. Opportunities for advancement are available. Interested candidates should send their CV and cover letter to Dr. Aftab Ahmad at aftaba@uab.edu

Postdocs in UAB News

  • New state network to advance women leaders in higher education launched at UAB

    The new Alabama Network for Women Leaders in Higher Education is part of the American Council on Education’s Women’s Network, a national system of state networks focused on advancing and supporting women in higher education.From left: Lisa Schwiebert, Shilpa Register, Wendy Gunther-Canada and Janelle ChiaseraA group of women at the University of Alabama at Birmingham is paying it forward with the creation of a state network committed to developing and advancing women leaders in higher...

  • UAB adds leading surgeon-scientist as head of Department of Surgery

    Top physician-scientist tapped to succeed Kirby Bland as chair of the UAB Department of Surgery.Written by Kendra CarterHerbert Chen, M.D., an internationally recognized surgeon-scientist and medical educator, has been named chair of the Department of Surgery at the University of Alabama at Birmingham School of Medicine and surgeon-in-chief of UAB Hospital. Chen comes to UAB from the University of Wisconsin School of Medicine and Public Health, where he is the Layton F. Rikkers, M.D., Chair in...

UAB Research News

  • “Holy guanine, Batman!” Superheroes and genetic genius at the frontiers of science

    Gene mastermind Shawn Levy, Ph.D., and his team at the HudsonAlpha Genomic Services Laboratory are helping UAB investigators — and researchers from around the world — crack the mysteries of life.Written by Matt WindsorIn a chilly room at Huntsville’s HudsonAlpha Institute for Biotechnology, a multi-million dollar band of superheroes is solving genetic puzzles from around the globe. In the hands of Shawn Levy, Ph.D., and his crack team of sequencing experts, these next-generation machines are...

  • Fishing for new ways to stop Parkinson’s, a researcher makes big catches in the gene pool

    Haydeh Payami, Ph.D., a leading geneticist recruited to the UAB-Hudson Alpha Center for Genomic Medicine and UAB Personalized Medicine Institute, is exploring the protective power of coffee and nicotine — and the mysteries of the microbiome — in Parkinson’s disease.Written by Matt WindsorWhen you hear the phrase “good genes,” you probably picture a supermodel like Kate Upton, or a sports superstar like Washington Nationals slugger Bryce Harper. People, in other words, who may have worked...

Apply
*Please mention HispanicsinAcademia.com to employers when applying for this job*
 
 
 
Hispanics in Academia
Academic Advertising
260 Peachtree Street, N.W.
Suite 2200
Atlanta, GA 30303
 
Twitter
LinkedIn
Facebook
 
About Hispanics in Academia
Advertise Jobs
Contact Us
 
Site Map
Privacy Policy
Terms of Use
Copyright © 2010 HispanicsinAcademia.com - All Rights Reserved.