Research Assistant II - Powers Lab, Diabetes Endocrinology in Nashville, TN for Vanderbilt Health
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Research Assistant II - Powers Lab, Diabetes Endocrinology
Description Research Assistant II Diabetes and Endocrinology JOB SUMMARY: Under moderate supervision, set up, conduct experiments, and continue research projects following protocols including the appropriate recording of data and reporting of standard or variant results. Assist in other laboratory and research functions. Pancreatic islets are highly specialized mini-organs that regulate blood glucose by secreting insulin, glucagon, and other hormones in response to physiologic stimuli such as glucose. A deficiency or a dysfunction of the insulin-producing b cells of the islet is critical to the development of all forms of diabetes. The Powers & Brissova group is working to understand and reverse b cell and islet


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