Post-Doctoral Research Position

first_imgA full time Post-Doctoral research position is available in thelaboratory of Dr. Charles Hong in the Division of Cardiology at theUniversity of Maryland-Baltimore as of June 1, 2018. MD, PhD orMD/PhD scientist is sought to join the emerging field of chemicalgenetics. The Hong lab has identified a number of small moleculesthat specifically perturb embryonic patterning. The first goal ofthe study is to determine how these small molecules function byidentifying their cellular targets using cell biological,biochemical and computational approaches. In addition, sinceaberrant activities of many of developmental pathways are thoughtto play a major role in pathogenesis of variety of human diseases,such as cancer, metabolic and cardiovascular diseases, an importantgoal is to explore therapeutic potential these small molecules invarious murine disease models.Qualifications :Applicants are required to have a Ph.D. or M.D. and expertise intechniques of cell and molecular biology. Depending on backgroundand interest, the post-doc will perform experiments involving drugtarget identification, proteomics, biochemistry, computationalbiology and/or murine or zebrafish disease models. Prior experiencein these methodologies and willingness to learn new techniques arehighly valued.If interested, please email a CV, a short statement of researchinterests, and the names and contact information for threereferences to Charles Hong, MD, PhD atEmail: [email protected](after June 1, 2018; before that date,[email protected])University of Maryland is an Equal Opportunity Employer encouragingexcellence through diversity. Qualified woman and minoritycandidates are encouraged to apply.last_img read more

FRIENDS HELPING FRIENDS

first_imgFRIENDS HELPING FRIENDS — Members of the Friends of Saint Francis will host their Springtime Dinner Party, ‘Take Me Out to the Ballgame’ on March 30 at the St. John Paul II-Mt. Carmel Parish Center Gym in Bayonne at 6 p.m. In Franciscan spirit, the volunteer organization has aided several charitable causes since its formation. Pictured are members Lillian Glazewski and Rose Tsong-Diaz as they presented a donation to Reverend Raul Gaviola, Pastor of St. Henry’s Church for the Parish’s food pantry. The March event will benefit the Felician Sisters Mission and School for Exceptional Children, the Bayonne Soup Kitchens at the Parishes of Bl. Miriam Teresa Demjanovich, St. Vincent de Paul and Trinity, St. Henry Prayer Shawl Ministry, and Ocean of Love Pediatric Cancer Family Support Programs. A hot buffet, dessert, refreshments, entertainment, and prizes will be featured. Tickets are $25 for adults and $10 for youth. For reservations contact Cindy at (201) 467-7982 or Evelyn at (201) 823-2893. ×last_img read more

European League wrap: Serie A strikers on fire, Claude Puel off to winning start…

first_imgThe excitement in this seasons Italian Serie A continued on Sunday which saw goals scored freely across all match centres. Claude Puel recorded a maiden league win with Leicester City, who look to finally kick start their season following successive league triumphs.ENGLANDBrighton and Hove Albion played out a 1-1 draw at home to Southampton, a game which saw both goals in either half scored through headers. Sean Davis handed the Saints a seventh minute lead before ageless forward Glenn Murray equalised with a headed goal for Brighton, his third league goal in two games.A goal and a wonderful build-up from the impressive Demarai Gray set the tone for a Leicester City win on manager Claude Puel’s bow for the Foxes, a 2-0 win against Everton at the King Power Stadium. Gray was instrumental in the opening goal, a lightening counter attack which ended with Jamie Vardy finding the back of the net, the English striker extending his impressive scoring record of scoring in the debut league matches of Claudio Ranieri, Craig Shakespeare and Puel. Gray extended the lead with a deflected shot in the 29th minute to secure maximum points for Leicester City who are 11thon the log on the back of successive league wins.ITALYThird-place Lazio set the tone for the goals rain in Serie A with a comprehensive 5-1 away win at bottom place Benevento. The capital team were impressive, registering all goals with five different goal scorers. Bastos, Ciro Immobile, Adam Marusic’s first-half strikes handed Lazio a comfortable lead. Achraf Lazaar pulled a goal back for the home team in the 55th minute, but further goals from Marco Parolo and Nani sealed a dominant win for Simeone Inzaghi’s team.Napoli survived a first-half scare to win 3-1 at home to Sassuolo, as they returned to the top of the standings, opening a three-point lead to their closest challenger’s, Juventus. Allan handed the home team a 22nd minute lead, Diego Falcinelli stunned the home support, equalising with a header four minutes before the break. Jose Maria Callejon restored the lead with a shot from outside the box before Belgian forward Dries Mertens completed scoring with a tap in.Crotone recorded the upset of the day defeating Fiorentina 2-1 at home to ease early season relegation worries, moving into 15th-place. Two first-half goals within a minute from Ante Budimir and Marcello Trotta handed Crotone a shock lead. Marco Benassi pulled a goal back for Fiorentina in the 44th minute but it wasn’t enough to salvage a result for the Florence-based teamFRANCENabil Fekir netted a first-half brace to hand Lyon a 2-0 home win against Metz. It was a morale boosting win for Lyon who moved into third-place on the log.RelatedPremier League Review (Sunday): New Manager, Same Result For Everton As South Coast Derby Ends In StalemateOctober 30, 2017In “England”Stat Attack (Weekend Preview)December 30, 2017In “England”Premier League; Week Eleven PreviewNovember 4, 2017In “Europe”last_img read more

Browns’ Duke Johnson says team put him on trade block before he asked to be dealt

first_img Cardinals to induct Carson Palmer into ring of honor “My trade request was to meet them at a middle ground,” Johnson told reporters Tuesday, via the Cleveland Plain-Dealer. “I was put on the trade block a month before I requested a trade.”#Browns Duke Johnson said he still wants to be traded pic.twitter.com/HPg2P7Aach— Mary Kay Cabot (@MaryKayCabot) June 4, 2019News that Johnson wanted to be traded first came out in April after the team signed recently cut Chiefs running back and 2017 Pro Bowl player Kareem Hunt. Related News Duke Johnson still wants out of Cleveland.The Browns running back said he still wants to be traded, but also gave more details about how his original request to be dealt came to be. Coach Freddie Kitchens minced no words Tuesday when asked about the unhappy running back (via NFL Network): “He wants to be traded. I want to win the lottery. It doesn’t matter. He’s under contract. He’s a Cleveland Brown. He’s going to be used to the best of his ability in what benefits the team.”Browns general manager John Dorsey consistently has said publicly that the team will not deal Johnson, but if the running back is to be believed, it was Cleveland that wanted to move him first.Johnson said the news made him feel “unwanted.”However, he said he is happy to be traded if it’s best for the team. “I was put on the trade block to kind of see what the team could get,” he said. “And I mean, at the end of the day, I understand the nature of the business, I understand his job, John Dorsey’s job, is to do what’s best for the team and the organization.”And again, if that’s getting rid of me for a bigger piece, for a better piece, then I’m OK with it.”Johnson played in 16 games with the Browns last season (four starts) and rushed for 201 yards while catching 47 passes for 429 yards and three touchdowns. Steelers’ JuJu Smith-Schuster attends prom with fan who got dumped Lions’ Damon ‘Snacks’ Harrison, Darius Slay skipping minicamp in hopes of reworking contracts, report sayslast_img read more

Barca hammer Sevilla for 30th Copa del Rey

first_imgBarca’s exhilarating display earns them their 30th triumph in this competition and fourth in a row, having reached the final in each of the last five years.But, despite hugs and high-fives at the end, the real celebrations will be put on ice until next Sunday, when victory over Deportivo La Coruna will confirm Ernesto Valverde’s side as La Liga champions too.Even a clean sweep of the domestic trophies, perhaps polished by La Liga’s first ever unbeaten season, will not eradicate the lingering disappointment from Barca’s Champions League exit to Roma.But this performance, as easy on the eye as it was emphatic, will certainly serve as a counter-point to those that believe Valverde’s team have been efficient, rather than exciting this season, and overly reliant on Messi.“Winning the Cup does not hide the disappointment in Rome,” Suarez said after the match. “But at the beginning of the season anyone would have signed for a double.”Messi was, of course, superb again on Saturday but this was not a one-man show.Suarez scored his 31st and 32nd goals of the season while Iniesta delivered one of those effortless displays, in which at times he was virtually unplayable.If this is to be the 33-year-old’s last Barca final before departing for China, it was a fitting farewell, with only goalkeeper Jasper Cillessen absent from the 10-man huddle that engulfed the Spaniard following his shimmying fourth.By the time Coutinho converted his penalty in the 69th minute, Barca were simply sharing the goals around.For Sevilla, defeat was always the most likely scenario but this was a whitewash.Sitting eighth in La Liga, even Europa League qualification now looks an outside bet and there may be repercussions for coach Vincenzo Montella and some of his players in the summer.“Barcelona has been superior in everything, they have extra-terrestrial players,” Montella said.“​​I’m very sorry for the fans who have been fantastic, sorry for the disappointments. I have seen crying in the dressing room but tomorrow, we have to work.”Amid ongoing political unrest between Catalonia and the Spanish government, Barca fans whistled during the national anthem before kick-off, with king Felipe VI watching on.Their jeers, however, were drowned out by the chants of Sevilla supporters.When the first goal arrived it came from a long Cillessen punt downfield as Coutinho found himself free behind the Sevilla backline and squared for Suarez to stab home.Iniesta hit the bar with a rasping shot from distance and soon they were two up, Jordi Alba keeping the ball alive with a backheel that Messi slammed into the roof of the net.Messi could have had a second were it not for an incorrect offside call and then a cynical foul by Sergio Escudero, for which he was lucky only to receive a yellow card.Both mattered little, however, as Messi set Suarez free in the 41st minute, and the Uruguayan slid a third under David Soria.It was another one-two, with Messi again the pivot, that released Iniesta in the second half as the midfielder’s dummy-shot left Soria scrambling and an open net for the midfielder to finish into.Resigned to their fate, Sevilla’s fans sang to the end, even as Coutinho despatched a penalty to make it five after the ball had struck Clement Lenglet on the arm.All that was left was for Iniesta’s substitution to be given a standing ovation before the captain hoisted the trophy, perhaps for the final time.0Shares0000(Visited 1 times, 1 visits today) 0Shares0000Fond farewell: Andres Iniesta hugs Lionel Messi before leaving the field © AFP / LLUIS GENEMADRID, Spain, Apr 22 – Lionel Messi and Luis Suarez inspired Barcelona to what will surely be the first part of a domestic double this season as they thrashed Sevilla 5-0 on Saturday to win the Copa del Rey.Messi had scored once and Suarez twice before even the half-time whistle had blown at the Wanda Metropolitano, with the sublime Andres Iniesta and Philippe Coutinho later compounding Sevilla’s humiliation.last_img read more