Designing and performing studies to understand the mechanisms governing the viability and function of oligodendrocytes in myelin disorders, recording and analyzing research results, preparing research reports and manuscripts, and training/supervising junior researchers.
Limited to a period of three years up to five, depending on training needs.
For more information on the LIn lab, please follow link: https://neurosci.umn.edu/bio/department-of-neuroscience/wensheng-lin
-PhD or equivalent degree in neuroscience, pharmacology, or molecular biology.
-Candidates must be enthusiastic, self-motivated, organized and effective at working and interacting with others as part of a team. -Attention to detail, following with literature, ability to trouble shoot and multi-task efficiently -Candidates must also have demonstrated ability to effectively communicate and accurately document, analyze, and report research results. -Solid training in myelin biology, molecular biology, or neuroimmuniology.
Internal Number: 327659
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