Fellows & Graduate Students

  • The Tannock lab is seeking a motivated, independent post-doctoral fellow for a newly awarded VA grant investigating lipid metabolism in insulin resistance syndromes. The team includes experienced technical staff, a clinical endocrinology fellow, and collaborations with the University of Kentucky CCTS. The successful candidate will have strong references indicating their ability to work independently, design experiments and analyze and interpret data. Excellent time management skills, an interest in lipid metabolism, experience with standard computer applications and statistics, and a willingness to participate in all aspects of the project from bench to bedside are necessary. The position will have a major role in recruitment of research participants from VA clinics, co-ordination with the CCTS for all procedures and human studies, management of a small animal colony and use of mouse models to investigate lipid and lipoprotein metabolism, and will work closely with other team members. The position will be expected to manage their project, present data both locally and at national meetings, and ultimately publish the data. As this is a VA position, must be a US Citizen. Please contact Dr Lisa Tannock, lisa.tannock@uky.edu with CV and a statement of interest. Position starts on or after April 1, posting will remain open until filled.

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