Postdoctoral Research Associate - Cell Biology & Physiology in St. Louis, MO for Washington University in St. Louis
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Postdoctoral Research Associate - Cell Biology & Physiology
Job DescriptionPosition SummarySeeking applicants for postdoctoral fellow positions in the lab of Dr. Amber Stratman at Washington University in St. Louis, Department of Cell Biology and Physiology. The laboratory takes a multimodal approach to studying vascular development utilizing zebrafish, specialized 3-dimensional in vitro assays, and genomics to identify pathways modulating blood vessel formation, patterning, and stabilization. Particular strengths of the lab currently focus on mural cell biology, vascular hemorrhage, and blood flow mediated gene regulation.Information on being a postdoc at Washington University in St. Louis can be found at


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