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日本細胞生物学会Japan Society for Cell Biology

Vol.25 June - December (14) ワシントン大学(WUSTL) ポスドク募集(Bonni Lab)

A postdoctoral research fellow position is immediately available in the Bonni laboratory at Washington University School of Medicine. The chief goal of our laboratory is to identify the key principles and mechanisms that govern the assembly and function of neural circuits in the cerebellum and to determine how deregulation of these fundamental mechanisms contributes to the pathogenesis of autism spectrum disorders. We employ a diverse array of tools from mouse genetics and in vivo RNAi to genome-wide studies to imaging and electrophysiology. For background information on the approaches used, see the following papers (Kim et al. Cell 2009; Yang et al. Science 2009; Puram et al. Nature Neurosci 2011; Yamada et al. Neuron 2014; Zhang et al. Neuron 2013) and our laboratory website: www.bonnilab.org

Interested candidates with strong background in molecular biology, biochemistry, or neuroscience—in particular in imaging or synapse physiology—should send a cover letter and curriculum vitae by email together with the names of three
referees with contact information to:
Azad Bonni, MD, PhD
Professor and Chairman
Department of Anatomy & Neurobiology,
Washington University School of Medicine
bonni@wustl.edu

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