Responsibilities

The research assistant carries out experiments as part of a team of bio-medical researchers to investigate the molecular mechanisms mediating diseases. They will also record and analyze experimental results and collaborate effectively with other team members.

1. Performs a variety of analytical and technical laboratory experiments, analysis and other duties as required in the study, research work following established methods as well as developing new procedures and protocols.
2. Presents findings of ongoing research at lab meetings, research progress seminars, professional meetings and conferences.
3. Conducts literature searches, writes, and co-authors the results of their research.
4. Independently researches in the laboratory in conjunction with principal investigator
5. Assists in the training and mentoring of research personnel

Dr. Wang’s research focuses on the investigation of role of parathyroid hormone (PTH)/PTH related protein (PTHrP)–activated PTH receptor in musculoskeletal diseases. The ultimate goal of my research is to advance knowledge in the fields of GPCR biological and musculoskeletal disease research and translate the scientific discoveries for the prevention and treatment of osteoporosis and other musculoskeletal diseases.

Qualifications

Bachelor's Required.
2+ years’ experience or Master’s degree, no required experience

If interested, please directly contact Dr. Bin Wang <Bin.Wang@jefferson.edu> or apply online.

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