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University of Massachusetts Medical School ポスドク募集

Postdoctoral Position to Study the Assembly, Trafficking and Function of KCNQ1-KCNE K+ channel complexes.

KCNE peptides assemble with a host of voltage-gated K+ channels to form K+ conducting complexes with varied gating properties and physiological roles. Mutations that disrupt the assembly, trafficking and function of the complex give rise to several disease states. The Kobertz lab utilizes a combination of methods (electrophysiology, membrane biochemistry, immunofluorescence and organic synthesis) to investigate the structure, function, assembly and trafficking of several membrane-embedded K+ channel complexes.

Position requires a Ph. D. in biophysics, physiology, biochemistry or related field. Hands on experience with patch clamp recording (whole cell and excised patch) from mammalian cells is required. Applicants are expected to design and conduct experiments independently.

Posted by William R. Kobertz Ph. D. (william.kobertz@umassmed.edu)

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