The Department of Neurological Surgery at the University of Pittsburgh is seeking a highly motivated and creative molecular biologist for our neuroapoptosis and translational therapeutics laboratory to study disease mechanism pathways, involving the application of systems biology approaches in neurodegenerative disease using cell-based assays and will work closely with other members of the group in a team-based environment to translate knowledge into innovative medicines for human clinical trials. The incumbent should have a demonstrated track record in molecular biology laboratory experience. A PhD and three to five years of relevant experience is required. Neuroscience background is a plus.
Application Process: Send inquiries to: Robert Friedlander, M.D.; Professor and Chairman; Department of Neurological Surgery; University of Pittsburgh Medical Center; Pittsburgh, PA 15213. firstname.lastname@example.org
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