Boston, MA, United States
Sciences, Scientist, Healthcare, Education
Research scientist position available in the laboratory of Dr. Richard D. Wainford at the School of Medicine and Whitaker Cardiovascular Institute. Dr. Wainford's NIH funded studies are focused on 1) the role of PVN G-alpha subunit signaling pathways in the regulation of sympathetic outflow and blood pressure and 2) the sympathetic nervous system regulation of renal sodium homeostasis and blood pressure. He is currently studying the mechanisms underlying PVN neuronal activation and the signaling pathways activated by the sympathetic nervous system that influence renal sodium reabsorption in models of salt sensitive hypertension. Dr. Wainfordâ€™s laboratory employs a state-of-the-art molecular to whole animal approach in his research program.
Required qualifications include a Ph.D. or foreign equivalent in Physiology, Molecular Biology, or a related field. Prior experience in brain microinjection, the neural control of blood pressure, or renal physiology is preferred. Candidates should be highly motivated, be able to work independently, and show excellent critical thinking, scholarly ability and communication skills.
Interested applicants should provide a resume and cover letter to Dr. Richard Wainford at email@example.com
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