2-year NIH funded Post-Doctoral at the Medical College of Wisconsin - Milwaukee.
The position is a joint hire between the laboratory of David Gutterman, MD and Andreas Beyer Ph.D as part of a collaborative environment in the cardiovascular center. The lab focuses on cardiovascular disease with a focus on microvascular function. A multidisciplinary approach combining, genetics, biochemistry, and molecular biology are used to evaluate the mechanism how coronary microvascular function contributes to the development of CAD and other heart conditions. We study several relevant pathways that contribute to the regulation of vascular tone, dilator capacity and metabolism including autophagy, telomerase biology and mitochondrial signaling/function. Multiple projects are available to be studied. The Cardiovascular center at the medical College of Wisconsin holds an NIH T32 training grant for which qualified applicants can apply to. We seek a highly motivated, ambitious, and talented scientist to join an enthusiastic and collaborative team of outstanding scientists. The successful applicant will hold a Ph.D. or equivalent in a relevant research area such as biology, molecular biology, genetics or physiology and have a strong track record of, and potential for success. The applicant should have a keen interest in the mitochondrial effects on aging and/or cardiovascular disease and excellent written and oral communication skills. To Apply: Send CV and names of references (preferably by email) to: Andreas M. Beyer Ph.D. Medical College of Wisconsin Assistant Professor of Medicine and Physiology, HRC H4875 8701 Watertown Plank Rd. Milwaukee, WI 53226 firstname.lastname@example.org