Research Instructor positions are available in the lab of Dr. Michael Tsang in the Developmental Biology Department of the University of Pittsburgh School of Medicine. The laboratory is interested in heart development and regeneration using zebrafish as a model system. Candidates must have some expertise in zebrafish research, particularly in establishing transgenic lines and in current genome editing technology. Candidates with a PhD and additional expertise in cardiac regeneration studies is expected.
Application Process: Apply to Chris Fedor, Department of Developmental Biology, 8111 Rangos Research Center, 530 45th St., Pittsburgh, PA 15201-1136. The University of Pittsburgh is an Equal Opportunity Employer for Minorities/Women/Vets/Disabled.
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