We are currently looking for two Postdoctoral Fellows.
The Center for Preventive Cardiology at the Knight Cardiovascular Institute aims to reduce the burden of cardiovascular disease through prevention, early detection, and tailored treatment. Our research program seeks to advance preventive cardiovascular medicine by developing and evaluating novel therapies and diagnostic methods. Learn more here.
Function/duties of the position
The Postdoc will work on multiple research projects related to lipid metabolism, macrophages, and atherosclerosis using techniques ranging from small animal physiology to cell culture, biochemistry, molecular biology, histology, and flow cytometry. This is a collaborative role that will work, teach and learn with research assistants, graduate students, and other postdocs and interacts with the Principal Investigator and other PIs and collaborators. The Postdoc will assist in developing methods as required by the project’s progress, and integrate with the KCVI/OHSU network of cores and laboratory expertise to maximize efficiency and reduce experimental costs. The Postdoc will also assemble, analyze, interpret, and organize data into scientific presentations including original papers.
Recent graduates are welcome.
Salary for this position aligns with the NIH Scale.
- Doctoral degree in a biological, biomedical science or other related area of science
- Proficiency with molecular and cellular biology techniques
- General knowledge of laboratory functions and research methodologies
- Experience working with proteomics and big data analysis
- Please upload your CV and a description of your research interests along with your application.