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Postdoctoral Fellow / Chromatin modifiers in the control of heart maturation and regeneration

Posted by , on 4 May 2021

Location: The Hospital for Sick Children

Closing Date: 30 September 2021

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The Translational Medicine Program at The SickKids Research Institute is seeking an enthusiastic postdoctoral researcher to study the function of chromatin modifiers in the control of heart maturation and regeneration. With the direction of principal supervisor Dr. Paul Delgado Olguín, you will work closely with affiliated staff at SickKids using mouse models to uncover the mechanisms limiting the regenerative capacity of the mature heart. This research will give you the opportunity to implement experimental strategies to promote restoration of myocardium lost in the damaged heart i.e., after myocardial infarction.

Interested? Apply here or contact me directly. Learn more about our lab here

Closing Date: 30 September 2021

Scientific fields: Cardiovascular development, Chromatin and epigenetics, Development and disease, Gene regulation

Model systems: Mouse, Cell culture

Duration: Fixed term

Minimum qualifications: PhD in a relevant area (e.g., molecular biology, genetics, developmental biology)

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