Dr. Romanoski’s research background is seeded by curiosity about the relationship between how genetic variation between individuals is related to trait similarities and differences in biochemical and functional cellular traits. Her NIH-funded research program is accepting applications from motivated, qualified candidates.
The Postdoctoral candidate of interest is expected to communicate an interest in better understanding biological mechanisms around genetics and transcriptional regulation for complex traits through application of wet lab and/or dry lab toolsets. Dr. Romanoski is particularly interested in processes critical in endothelial cells, vascular biology, atherosclerotic heart disease, lung function, and enabling an improved understanding of these processes via computational approaches. The Romanoski lab is housed in the Department of Cellular and Molecular Medicine, with memberships in the Asthma and Airway Disease Research Center, the Sarver Heart Center, and the Bio5 Institute that provide invaluable resources for training the next generation of scientists. Any and all applicable resources within the grater University will be made available to the applicant.
Outstanding UA benefits include health, dental, vision, and life insurance; paid vacation, sick leave, and holidays; UA/ASU/NAU tuition reduction for the employee and qualified family members; access to UA recreation and cultural activities; and more!
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