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Department Salary Location Carnegie Science, 5241 Broad Branch Road, N.W., Washington, DC 20015 The Broad Branch Road campus of Carnegie Science is seeking a qualified candidate for a position as a building engineer. The position involves tasks of a skilled nature necessary for the operation, maintenance, repair, and improvement of campus buildings and mechanical equipment. This is an essential em
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A postdoctoral position to study muscle regeneration and muscular dystrophy using the mouse model is available in the laboratory of Dr. Fan at the Carnegie Institution for Science, Department of Embryology, in Baltimore, MD. The research objective is to understand normal and pathological muscle biology from the stem cell perspective. The position requires a highly motivated applicant with a strong
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Salary TBD Location Baltimore, MD Overview The Zheng Lab at the Carnegie Institution's Department of Embryology seeks ambitious postdoctoral fellows interested in understanding the role of lamins in mouse development. The Zheng lab has developed mouse models that allow the study of individual and different combinations of the three lamin genes using germline or conditional lamin knockout. The la
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Independently perform laboratory research activities related to assigned project Analyze data, formulate conclusions and create appropriate statistical presentation, including graphs and charts, and prepare and present written or oral progress reports regarding studies Administer day to day laboratory operations including monitoring budget, ensuring quality control and safety compliance, developme
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Department Salary TBD Location Baltimore, MD Overview A postdoctoral position is available in the laboratory of Dr. Kamena Kostova () at the Carnegie Institution for Science, Department of Embryology in Baltimore, MD. We are investigating the fundamental question of how cells respond when their ribosomes break down. The ribosome is one the most complex and long lived molecular machines in the ce
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