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Trainee, Metabolism Institute, Buettner Lab
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Mount Sinai School of Medicine's Division of Endocrinology, Diabetes and Bone Disease is seeking a research associate/trainee to work in the laboratory of Dr. Christoph Buettner whose lab focuses on studying brain control of metabolism using physiological study techniques such as euglycemic clamp techniques and brain infusions to assess whole body glucose and lipid homeostasis and inflammation in rodents. The laboratory is interested in studying a role of the brain energy homeostasis, lipid and glucose metabolism, the role of the autonomic nervous system in brain control of metabolism and tries to understand what goes wrong in obesity and diabetes. To read more about this laboratory visit http://www.mssm.edu/research/labs/buettner-laboratory/about-us
Prior experience in animal surgery (such as implanting catheters) and/or physiology would be welcome, but is not required. The ideal applicant is a recent college graduate who has done summer internships in a laboratory, has the ambition to learn new research approaches and techniques and should be a great team player. Supportive environment within dynamic team that will enable you to participate in cutting edge research to better understand diabetes, obesity and the role that the brain plays in these conditions. This is a great opportunity for a college graduates who wishes to go into medicine or graduate school and is willing to commit for two years or longer.
The Trainee is an entry level individual or student who is generally engaged for a limited time to learn specific administrative and operational processes, depending on department or program. The Trainee is used for various entry positions or support in both Hospital and School locations.
- Bachelor’s degree in life sciences
- Prior experience in animal surgery (such as implanting catheters) and /or physiology would be welcomed, but is not required
- Prior internships in a research laboratory setting is required
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