Post-doctoral position in the laboratory of Edward Campbell to define the mechanisms and consequences of the cell to cell propagation of amyloid protein in neurodegenerative diseases. Previous experience in the areas primary neuronal culture, induced pluripotent stem cells (iPSCs), neuroinflammation and fluorescent microscopy preferred.
PhD in the areas of cell or molecular neuroscience
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