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WORKING @MITOCARE

We are always open to chat with creative, driven, and curious scientists at any level of experience. Browse our open positions here or contact our faculty members and tell us why you are a good fit!

Oct 22, 2021

Electron Microscopy Research Associate

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Job opening: 2D & 3D Electron Microscopy Research Associate/Assistant/Technician
PhD *preferred* but can be substituted by years of relevant experience and/or diligent learning. Use your skills and interest in imaging to build a career around 3D insights to cellular ultrastructure at an unprecedented resolution in a leading group in mitochondrial imaging research/diagnostics.

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Ph.D or Relevant Years

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Oct 22, 2021

Post-Doc

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We are seeking one postdoctoral fellow to conduct research in mitochondria-SR crosstalk signaling in healthy and diseased cardiac muscle cells. The lab currently focuses on elucidating the mechanisms of energetic homeostasis in beating heart, privileged Ca2+ transport from SR to mitochondria, non-canonical role of DRP1 in regulating cardiac energetics, and various forms of mitochondrial permeability transition pores.

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Post Graduate

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Experiences in cardiac physiology and/or mitochondrial biology. Research skills in single cardiomyocytes isolation, Langendorff heart perfusion, Ca2+imaging, confocal microscopy, electrophysiology, biochemical and molecular biology will be beneficial.

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Oct 14, 2021

Research Associate

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We are seeking one Research Associate to conduct research in mitochondria-SR crosstalk signaling in healthy and diseased cardiac muscle cells. The lab currently focuses on elucidating the mechanisms of energetic homeostasis in beating heart, privileged Ca2+ transport from SR to mitochondria, non-canonical role of DRP1 in regulating cardiac energetics, and various forms of mitochondrial permeability transition pores.

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Entry level

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Experiences in cardiac physiology and/or mitochondrial biology. Research skills in single cardiomyocytes isolation, Langendorff heart perfusion, Ca2+imaging, confocal microscopy, electrophysiology, biochemical and molecular biology will be beneficial.

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