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Employment Opportunities

Post-doctoral Fellowship

Listed on December 6, 2016

One year post-doctoral fellowship available at UCLA Westwood to assist in identifying novel imaging and serologic biomarkers of cerebral microvascular disease, white matter injury, and vascular cognitive impairment. This is a unique opportunity to obtain cutting edge translational science techniques to advance the understanding of a leading neurologic problem. Scholarly interactions will include working with two UCLA Stroke Center faculty (Dr. David Liebeskind and Dr. Jason Hinman) as part of a national NINDS-funded consortium project on Vascular Cognitive Impairment.

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Job Qualifications: 

    Ideal candidate will have either an MD or PhD along with experience in clinical research with a focus on neuroimaging, serologic biomarkers, ELISAs, and/or other advanced serum protein detection techniques.

    Email CV to jhinman@mednet.ucla.edu.
    Twitter: @HinmanLabUCLA

    Provided by Jason D. Hinman, M.D., Ph.D., Assistant Professor of Neurology, UCLA Comprehensive Stroke Center, UCLA Neurorehabilitation and Research Unit, Staff Physician West Los Angeles VA Medical Center

    Research and Clinical Fellowship in Hypertension and Vascular Biology

    Listed on August 10, 2016

    The Cedars-Sinai Heart Institute offers a comprehensive 2-year research and clinical fellowship in hypertension and vascular biology (2017 – 2019) under the close mentorship of the center’s director, Dr. Ronald Victor. This is a unique opportunity to obtain comprehensive state-of-the-art clinical research training in topics ranging from neural mechanisms of hypertension to effects of hookah smoking and electronic cigarettes on coronary endothelial function plus subspecialty clinical training in the management of difficult and secondary hypertension.

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    Job Qualifications: 

      Our program is ideal for aspiring cardiovascular physician-scientists who are ABIM-certified or eligible, and want to augment their CV with patient-oriented research before applying for fellowship in cardiology, nephrology, or endocrinology. We can only accept trainees who are United States citizens or permanent residents. A California Medical License and staff privileges at Cedars-Sinai are required to start the fellowship. Please email katrina.sy@cshs.org for more details.

      Contact Person:
      Katie Sy
      Academic Program Coordinator
      Hypertension and Vascular Biology
      8700 Beverly Blvd.
      AHSP Building, Room A-9115
      Los Angeles, CA 90048
      Email: katrina.sy@cshs.org

      Provided by The Cedars-Sinai Heart Institute