Assist with research design and implementation by performing molecular/cellular studies for axonal RNA transport & translation and cell signaling; Develop pipeline for high throughput analysis for protein aggregation and axon growth using cell lines and primary neuron models ; Perform molecular/cellular studies for peripheral nerve and spinal cord injuries using in vivo and in vitro models involving skilled surgical procedures on mice and rats with a dissecting microscope under sterile conditions for peripheral nerve injury, micro-injection of sensory ganglia and spinal cord, and central nerve injury in mice and rats; Prepare progress reports, contribute to scholarly works for presentation and publication; Present data and research progress at group meetings and other venues that encourage collaboration
Advertised Minimum Qualifications :
Ph.D. degree in Cell Biology, Molecular Biology, Neurobiology, Biology or closely related field and the ability to contribute immediately to a nationally recognized research program in neurotherapeutics.
Full/Part Time: Full Time
Internal Number: 89147
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