Joslin Diabetes Center, the world’s leading specialist in the management of and research for a cure of diabetes, has a new and exciting entry-level opportunity in its Pathophysiology & Molecular Pharmacology lab!
We are looking for an energetic, strong research assistant to work with animal models of insulin resistance and diabetes. The research assistant will assist with analyses of glucose homeostasis and the development of insulin resistance in transgenic and knock-out mice. (requires direct contact with the mice, including injections of glucose and drugs and obtaining blood samples for measurements of glucose, insulin and other substances and genotyping and phenotyping of the mice.)
This is an exciting opportunity for an entry-level or recent graduate to work with our diverse, experienced team and build expertise in the sought-after field of Pathophysiology & Molecular Pharmacology research.
If this role seems like something that would be of interest to you, then we encourage you to apply!