Emory University is a leading research university that fosters excellence and attracts world-class talent to innovate today and prepare leaders for the future. We welcome candidates who can contribute to the diversity and excellence of our academic community.
Serve as NRSA trainee in the Renal Division. Positions may be available in several basic science, translational, or clinical research programs within the Division. Many, but not all, projects involve animal and cell based model systems to study renal transport physiology.
Trainees will be responsible for designing, conducting and presenting research, as well as participating in appropriate trainings, seminars and symposiums as required.
Candidates will be expected to submit abstracts to national meetings, write papers for peer-reviewed journals, and submit grants to national funding agencies (i.e., F32, AHA fellowship grants) during their tenure.
We value candidates who are interested in working as part of a team towards common goals, who have excellent communication skills and who are independent and enthusiastic about science and renal research.
*Please note- Due to grant funding restrictions, applicants must be US Citizens or Green Card holders at the time of application.*
* Please note- A PhD or MD is required to be eligible for this position.
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