|School Of Medicine|
|733005:SOM: Medicine: Cardiology|
|Post-doctoral fellowship in basic research in the Division of Cardiology. Our researchers have vibrant programs focused on the role of reactive oxygen species in hypertension and atherosclerosis, as well as on endothelial progenitor cell biology and regenerative cell therapy for heart failure and myocardial infarction. Strong collaborations with the nanotechnology
research group at Georgia Institute of Technology further enhance our program. Our
program encompasses a broad range of methodologies, including molecular and cell
biology, genomics, proteomics, bioinformatics, electron spin resonance, cell and small
animal physiology, and molecular imaging.
|Must be PhD or MD/PhD graduates with experience and publications in the
fields of cell biology, biochemistry, molecular biology, and/or physiology.
This position will be supported by an NIH T32 Training Grant. U.S. Citizenship or
Permanent Residency is required for NIH Training Grant positions.
|Potential applicants should submit their CV with a cover letter with stated research
interests, as well as three letters of recommendation to Drs. David Harrison and Kathy
Griendling by email: firstname.lastname@example.org