Postdoctoral Research Associate

Duke University
Durham, North Carolina
In accord with NIH guidelines
Closing date
Dec 11, 2022
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The focus is on cellular physiology and in vivo imaging of genetically identified neurons in hippocampal circuits utilizing novel technologies.  These tools are deployed for study of mechanisms of epileptogenesis aimed at translation to humans.


James McNamara, M.D. is a professor of neurobiology at Duke University.
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401 Bryan Research Building 311 Research Drive, Bo

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