Mount Sinai Careers
Description of activities
A- 1) test the biological activities of newly identified compounds in cell-based assays such as Ca2+-ATPase and ER stress assays; 2) Design mutants that will prevent CDN1163 compounds from fitting into putative binding pockets. These mutants will be used for experimental validation of the putative pockets; 3) test Med Chem optimized scaffolds. 4) test the most promising hits in vivo in diabetes models (glucose levels, insulin levels, ER stress, signal transduction mechanisms, calcium homeostasis and signaling, mitochondrial signaling and apoptosis.
B- Participate participate in and may lead other active projects in the lab when appropriate, in addition to writing and reviewing manuscripts.
C- Will be trained to perform some essential laboratory skills such as cardiomyocytes isolation (adult + neonatal), cardiomyocyte mechanics (Ionoptix) and potentially Echocardiography when possible.