Postdoctoral Fellow in Pediatrics in Bloomington, IN for Indiana University Purdue University Indianpolis (IUPUI)
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Postdoctoral Fellow in Pediatrics
Location: IU School of MedicineDepartment: IUSM - PediatricsCampus: IU School of Medicine IndianapolisPosition Announcement: A postdoctoral fellowship position is immediately available to study the molecular mechanisms that modulate cardiogenesis. The lab is interested in understating the gene regulatory networks that modulate the cell specification and differentiation that are responsible for the morphological patterning of the developing mammalian heart. We employ mouse model systems and are particularly interested in how basic Helix-loop-Helix transcription factors regulate heart formation and their roles in congenital heart diseases. Evaluating gene regulatory networks within myocardium, en


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