Laboratory of Epithelial Biology, Inflammation and Angiogenesis
We have recently identified a novel critical regulator of epithelial differentiation in the kidney that is required for proper nephron development. By utilizing new conditional mutant mice we are investigating the specific spatiotemporal roles of this epithelial regulator for kidney functions. This project aims to elucidate the molecular mechanisms through which this regulator controls critical functions in the kidney during development and in the adult.
Our laboratory utilizes diverse experimental techniques and has long-standing expertise in mouse genetics, molecular biology, and imaging techniques. We are embedded within a highly interactive excellent research environment at Massachusetts General Hospital and Harvard Medical School.
Our research projects involve epithelial biology, wound healing, angiogenesis and inflammation. This allows exposure to diverse but overlapping areas of research. Much of our work has clinical and translational relevance.
For more information:https://www.massgeneral.org/cbrc/research/researchlab.aspx?id=1076
Alexander Marneros, MD/PhD
Associate Professor, Harvard Medical School
Massachusetts General Hospital
- PhD with at least one significant first author publication (at least accepted for publication)
- Expertise in molecular biology techniques
- Working well within a team, excellent work ethic and being well organized
MGH/Harvard Cutaneous Biology Research Center is a committed Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer. Minorities, women, handicapped and veterans are encouraged to apply.
Primary Location: MA-Charlestown-529 Main – MGH
Work Locations: 529 Main – MGH 529 Main Street Charlestown 02129
Job: MD/PHD/Fellows/ PostDocs
Organization: Massachusetts General Hospital(MGH)
Standard Hours: 40
Shift: Day Job
Employee Status: Regular
Recruiting Department: MGH Cutaneous Biology Research Center
Job Posting: Jan 29, 2019