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The Division of Digestive Diseases in the Department of Medicine at the David Geffen School of Medicine at UCLA are seeking applications for a full-time Postdoctoral position in the laboratory of Dr. Elizabeth Videlock. The focus of the Videlock Lab is on the role of the gut in Parkinson’s Disease. The Videlock Lab works with mouse models, human tissue and cell and enteroid cultures.
Specific techniques used in the lab include:
• Molecular biology: gene knockdown and overexpression, qPCR, western blot
• Immunocytochemistry, immunohistochemistry, fluorescence and brightfield microscopy
• Measurement of intestinal permeability
• Assessment of mitochondrial phenotype
• Bioinformatic analysis of high-throughput transcriptomic data
• Mouse models: dissection of brain and gut, testing of motor and gastrointestinal phenotype, measurement of gene and protein expression, preparation of brain and gut tissue for immunohistochemistry, preparation of gut organoids
Responsibilities will include
• Running projects independently
• Supervision of undergraduate and medical students
• Maintaining and organizing lab inventory
• Management of mouse census and planning
• Maintenance of cell cultures
• Writing of papers and assistance with grant writing
The ideal candidate will have an interest in pursuing a project in this area and will be highly motivated to independently develop proficiency in experimental approaches and learn and implement new experimental techniques. While not required, an interest in the develop of script-based computational approaches to data analysis is preferred. A Ph.D., DVM, or M.D. is required.
A PhD, DVM or MD is required
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