The individual will also work collaboratively with CAPS psychiatrists, nurse practitioners, care managers, and psychotherapists in rendering psychiatrically oriented treatment, crisis intervention and case management to UVa students.
Ratan Lab is part of the Center for Public Health Genomics at University of Virginia. Our long-term goals are focused on integration of increasingly voluminous amounts of genotype and phenotype data to address interesting biological questions.
As a member of the library senior leadership team, the Executive Director participates in shaping and communicating the library's strategic direction and in allocating the library's human and financial resources.
The Department of Neuroscience at the University of Virginia seeks a Research Associate/Postdoctoral Fellow to work on basic and translational studies of neurological disorders, including stroke, epilepsy, and brain tumors. neuron-immune interactions in the context of perinatal brain injury with and without maternal immune activation. The position is in the laboratory of Dr. Kevin Lee.
The position also entails working with graduate students, preparing technical presentations and reports, developing code, maintaining computing infrastructure and systems, and identifying new research capabilities.
The candidate is expected to work independently and ethically, document all research data appropriately, assists graduate students and staff in the laboratory, apply for independent funding where applicable, and publish data in qualified journals.
He or she would be expected to dedicate the majority of their time to murine lung or other solid organ transplants and would be expected to work well as part of a large team investigating methods of tolerance induction, graft rejection as well as ischemia/reperfusion injury and chronic lung fibrosis.
Candidates must have an MD and/or PhD in biochemistry, cell biology, biophysics, or a related field, be highly motivated, have a good publication record and an interest in working in a collaborative environment alongside cell biologist, biophysicists, and structural biologists. Experience in membrane biophysics, membrane trafficking, and/or quantitative fluorescence microscopy is a plus.