The Molecular Cardiology Research Institute at Tufts Medical Center and Tufts University School of Medicine is actively recruiting highly qualified MD and PhD scientists in the training phase of their careers.
The major goal of this program is to train postdoctoral MD and PhD fellows in either (a) basic research involving cellular and molecular investigation in the cardiovascular system, or (b) translational cardiovascular research, through the application of current molecular and cellular principles to important clinical questions in cardiovascular medicine.
The Program is especially focused in five areas of basic and translational cardiovascular science:
- Vascular Biology
- Cardiomyocyte Biology and Heart Failure
- Signal Transduction Pathways in the Cardiovascular System
- Translational Cardiovascular Genomics and Genetics
For all inquiries and any questions about this fellowship opportunity, please contact the CVTG Program administrator via email: email@example.com
Applications are accepted throughout the year.
Interested applicants should send a current CV and personal research statement to firstname.lastname@example.org
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The MCRI hosts the Molecular Medicine Seminar Series throughout the academic year. This hour-long seminar is held every other week on Tuesdays in the Stearns Auditorium. Speakers in the Molecular Medicine Seminar Series come from within the MCRI and Tufts Medical Center itself, from within the greater Tufts University community, from other institutions in and around Boston, and from institutions across the United States and abroad. Speakers are chosen to highlight the research that is being performed in the MCRI, to help foster cross disciplinary collaboration, and to expose members of the Health Sciences Campus to some of the most interesting and prominent research being done outside of this institution.
"eNOS Signaling in Stroke"
Dmitriy Atochin, MD, PhD
Assistant Professor of Medicine
Harvard Medical School
Massachusetts General Hospital
Tuesday, December 6, 2016
Host: Robert M. Blanton, MD
Sponsored by the Molecular Cardiology Research Institute