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Postdoctoral Associate
Postdoctoral AssociateThe Department of Molecular Pathobiology, at NYU College of Dentistry, is recruiting for a Postdoctoral Associate candidate for our newly initiated research program centered on compartmentalized G protein signaling by internalized G proteincoupled receptors (GPCRs) in the Thomsen lab. The main objective of the research program is to understand the mechanistic basis behind compartmentalized GPCR signaling at a near-atomic level, and to study its direct implications on a variety of physiological and pathophysiological conditions including cancer metastasis, nociception, and salt/water homeostasis.The primary project of the successful candidate will be to investigate the mechanism and contribution of chemokine receptor s


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