Postdoctoral Research in Ion Channel Physiology, Cell
Biology, and Pathophysiology in Cystic Fibrosis:
focus on the molecular biology of chloride channel
function, regulation, CFTR trafficking, and gene
therapy. Techniques to include transgenic mouse
models, patch clamping, cell biology, biochemistry, and
functional genomics. A combination of basic
science and disease-focused research are stressed.
Applications of this research to clinical trails are
PHD, MD, or
MD-PHD required. SOme experience in cell and
molecular biology is helpful.
Commensurate with experience.