The Holinstat lab at Thomas Jefferson University is currently seeking a research instructor (faculty-level research position) to conduct in vivo and in vitro hemostasis and thrombosis research. The Holinstat lab is located within the Cardeza Foundation for Hematologic Research at Thomas Jefferson University in Philadelphia, PA. The position involves investigations into 12-lipoxygenase function in the platelet and its role in the regulation of platelet function, hemostasis, and thrombosis. The applicant should have successfully attained a 1) PhD, 2) MD, or 3) MD/PhD. The Cardeza Foundation affords the applicant the ability to work in an open-lab environment with access to a large range of the state-of-the-art equipment in order to gain a greater understanding of hemostasis and thrombosis in the in vivo and in vitro setting in both human and mouse models. The position will be to work on and oversee several of the NIH-funded projects within the lab, write manuscripts, participate in grant-writing, and oversee junior researchers in the lab group. The position is available beginning 07/01/2014.
For this position, the applicant should have extensive experience (minimum of 3-5 years postdoctoral experience) working with both mouse and human thrombosis models in the ex vivo (human and mouse) and in vivo (mouse) environment. The tools available in the lab to address the research questions being posed include protein chemistry, aggregometry, flow Cytometry, LC/MS/MS, transgenic mouse lines, Ferric Chloride injury model, and laser-induced injury model.
If you should have any further questions regarding these positions or would like to apply, please feel free to contact Michael Holinstat at: email@example.com.