To characterize the mechanisms whereby fibrillin molecules expressed in tendon and perichondrium regulate postnatal bone growth. We have a strong interest in cell-matrix interactions, stem cell biology, TGFβ signaling and mechanobiology. The work will take advantage of a repertoire of genetically modified mice a wide range of physiological, histological and cellular and molecular biologic techniques, and computational and systems biology approaches.
Experience with biochemistry, cell and molecular biology is required.
Experience working with mice is highly desirable.
Experience in vascular or bone biology is desirable but not required.
The applicants should be self-motivated and have strong professional communication skills.
The positions are open for visa holder only.
Salary will be based on qualifications and years of experience.
Qualified candidates should apply by sending a cover letter, CV and the names of three references to:
Francesco Ramirez, PhD
Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai
1468 Madison Avenue, Box 1603
New York, NY 10029