Responsible forinvestigating the mechanisms by which cells and animals control iron homeostasis in the body. Iron is necessary for most forms of life yet too much iron can cause damage to key organs in the body and too little iron can cause iron deficiency anemia.
The individual must be willing to maintain mouse colonies and to do cell culture.Will provide functional guidance to RA1s and student workers within the lab.
Bachelor's degree (4 yr)with major courses in field of research OR Associate's degree and 3 years of relevant experience
Knowledge of mammalian cell biology and protein analysis
Highly motivated, can work independently and enjoys problem solving
Senior thesis demonstrating ability to conduct independent laboratory research
Prior experience in a research laboratory
Western blot analysis, cell culture, and animal studies
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