Perform independent research experiments under the direction of the principal investigator including the use of biochemical, cell and molecular biology, cell culture, virological, microbiological and/or animal assays.
The successful candidate will design research studies in collaboration with physicians, life scientists, or other professionals, focused broadly on interactions between human papillomaviruses (HPVs) and host tissues.
The successful candidate will be invited to join a collaborative research team to work in a highly translational pulmonary vascular diseases research program by using animal model, cell biology, and molecular biology tools.
The position uses the applicant's knowledge and understanding of medical research to facilitate and organize these proposals to increase the depth and breadth of the Cancer Center's research portfolio.
The Director of Regional Development must have personal attributes important for effectively representing the University of Arizona and the University of Arizona Foundation, including honesty, integrity, a professional presence, an amiable and engaging personality, excellent interpersonal and conversation skills, positive energy, a "can-do" attitude, a strong work ethic, and the drive and perseverance to ask for gifts and raise funds.
The successful candidate will combine novel methods in data collection, annotation, representation, and algorithmic development to exceed this limitation in combining information, and apply these methods to answering and explaining science questions.
Research duties will involve cloning, expression, and purification of venom enzymes, as well as characterization of protein structure and function by techniques such as NMR, X-ray crystallography and enzyme assays.
The new Director of Title IX Compliance will have the opportunity to determine the human, fiscal, and facility resources required for success, and will ultimately envision, build, and implement a program beyond compliance.
University of Arizona • Tucson, AZ and 1 other location
Demonstrated ability to define, investigate and solve complex problems in biomedical research using established techniques and approaches, and to devise and extend new technologies to obtain answers to complex and difficult scientific questions.
Current faculty research areas in the department include: phylogenetics and mammalian paleontology; human skeletal anatomy; bioarchaeology and paleopathology; and vertebrate functional anatomy and evolution.
Identify and carry out program research tasks and activities, in vivo electro physiological recording in freely moving animals, creating toxin-based rodent PD models, behavioral analysis in rodents, IHC and western analysis of brain tissue.
The candidate should have a Ph.D. in theoretical condensed matter physics or chemistry, and should have experience with the computational physics or chemistry of low dimensional strongly correlated electronic materials.
The School of Geography and Development is seeking a postdoctoral scientist for a one-year position to contribute to projects that examine interactions between climate change and the sustainable development goals.