The Institute for Transformative Molecular Medicine (ITMM) at Case Western Reserve University and University Hospitals seeks an Instructor of Medicine, non-tenure track. Candidates should hold a doctoral degree, preferably in Biochemistry or Molecular Biology, and have expertise in designing and executing projects at the intersection of the fields of nitric oxide biology and RNA biology. The selected candidate will conduct research on a variety of biological and clinical problems based on the interests of the ITMM. Overall, the aim of the projects is to better understand the role of the nitric oxide-dependent post-translational modification S-nitrosylation in RNA biology and its clinical applications. Qualified applicants should have strong expertise in nitric oxide biology and RNA biology and should be proficient in profiling of post-translational protein modifications, studying protein-protein and protein-RNA interactions, data analysis utilizing bioinformatics tools including the analysis of complex protein samples, and handling of different model organisms such as mouse models and the nematode C. elegans. The Instructor will additionally prepare/write scientific manuscripts, and contribute preliminary background data and experimental design for various grant proposals and will be expected to procure external funding by procuring extra-mural grants.
Please e-mail a curriculum vitae and cover letter (addressed to Mukesh Jain, MD, Search Committee Chair) to Laura Dillon at firstname.lastname@example.org or mail to:
Institute for Transformative Molecular Medicine
Case Western Reserve University
10900 Euclid Avenue, LC 7294
Cleveland, OH 44106
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