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  • Research Technician - Kaelin Lab
    This position would be ideal for those candidates interested in gaining significant experience in biomedical research with the goal of pursuing future graduate...
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    We conduct research that advances treatment; Please provide a research summary with your CV. Located in Boston and the surrounding communities, Dana-Farber...
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Research Fellow
Dana-Farber Cancer Institute - Boston, MA
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Worcester Polytechnic Institute - Worcester, MA
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  • Boston Biomedical Research Institute
  • Industry: Education/Training
  • City: Watertown, MA
  • The Boston Biomedical Research Institute (BBRI) is dedicated to basic biomedical research to promote the understanding, treatment and prevention of specific human diseases. The areas of investigation concern the structure and function of muscle proteins, mechanisms of cell communication, and the control of cell growth and gene function. A major focus is muscle cell biology, which has implications for muscle-related diseases such as asthma, stroke, and heart failure. When appropriate, the Institute collaborates in clinical studies of patients to apply the results of basic research to problems of human health and the cure of disease. BBRI is an independent, not-for-profit