Summary Description: The Division of Movement Disorders at Columbia University is looking for a full-time postdoctoral research scientist. This position is available in the laboratory of Dr. Oren Levy, Assistant Professor, in the Movement Disorders Division of the Department of Neurology. The lab studies neuroprotective signaling pathways involved in Parkinson's disease, using cellular models to understand the regulation and targets of specific proteins, and then validating these findings in animal models. The lab is located at the Columbia University Medical Center, with access to state-of-the-art equipment and core facilities.The candidate will have a Ph.D. in biological/biomedical science, preferably with experience in molecular biology, biochemistry, and/or in vivo animal studies.
Minimum Qualifications: The candidate will have a Ph.D. in biological/biomedical science, preferably with experience in molecular biology, biochemistry, and/or in vivo animal studies.
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