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Post Doctoral Scholar
About the Role Job Title: Post-Doctoral Scholar Description of the Area of Research The Robarts Research Institute, Department of Physiology & Pharmacology at the Schulich School of Medicine, Western University, has a position for a Post-Doctoral scholar to work in the laboratory of Donald G. Welsh PhD, the Rorabeck Chair in Vascular Biology and Neuroscience. We seek a motivated scientist interested in pursuing vascular biology research from the cell to the whole organism. Our research focuses on ion channels (CaV3.1/3.2, Cx40, and KIR2.1/2.2) and electro-mechanical coupling in cerebral arterial resistance arteries from normal and diseased tissue. We rationalize concepts with comp


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