The laboratory of Dr. Daesung Shin, in the Hunter James Kelly Research Institute (HJKRI) at the Jacobs School of Medicine and Biomedical Sciences SUNY, Buffalo NY, is seeking an enthusiastic, self-motivated postdoctoral scientist to join our team dedicated to the basic and translational research of lysosomal diseases and neuroinflammation. The lab is located in the Downtown Campus with access to cutting-edge resources and core facilities. Potential projects encompass the characterization of novel mutant animal models showing cell autonomous effect of lysosomal enzyme deficiency in both central and peripheral nervous systems, and elucidation of anti-inflammatory mechanisms.
Applicants should have demonstrated outstanding performance throughout their previous studies with their own publications. The successful candidate is a highly motivated and exceptionally organized team player with good communication skills. If you are interested in this position submit through this UB Jobs site your 1) CV, 2) cover letter, and 3) contact information for three references.
This position is funded by the NIH for 4 years and includes full fringe benefits.
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A recent Ph.D. degree with background in molecular and cell biology is essential, and experimentation in mouse genetics and histology are plus.
A neuroscientific background is not necessary, but is a plus.
Internal Number: R2000034
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