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ASSISTANT INSTRUCTOR

Job Number: 529049
Categories: Faculty / Physician
Location:
Dallas, TX

Department: Advanced Imaging Research Ctr
Full/Part Time/PRN: Full-Time
Regular/Temporary: Regular

The Advanced Imaging Research Center is recruiting an Assistant Instructor.  The successful candidate will be expected to develop an independent research program in metabolic mechanisms of disease with an emphasis on diabetes.  The candidate should be trained in using chemical biology and basic biochemistry approaches to study molecular mechanisms of metabolic dysfunction.  The candidate will collaborate with other faculty in the AIRC and elsewhere on campus in the use of 11C and 13C tracers to measure metabolic fluxes in vivo and translate basic biological approaches to clinical applications and to develop strong interactions with the cyclotron and hyperpolarization programs on campus.  The candidate must also collaborate with other scientists and clinicians on campus to come to the AIRC with metabolism questions and needing help in developing basic biology applications to better understand human diseases.

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