Research Associate-Fixed Term in Grand Rapids, MI for Michigan State University
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Research Associate-Fixed Term
Position Summary The Chen Lab with the Michigan State University Department of Pediatrics and Human Development is currently recruiting postdoctoral Research Associates to augment our research program. Conventional drug discovery is focused on finding agents that modulate one molecular feature, typically a protein target. This approach was adopted a few decades ago, even before the emergence of omics technologies. Today’s technologies allow the profiling thousands of molecular features including proteins, mRNAs, and metabolites, all of which can contribute to disease development. Finding one magic bullet from these thousands of features is a daunting task. Moreover, focusing only on a single feature does not fully utilize all the information generated from new omics tech


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