A postdoctoral scholar position in the Mahley Laboratory that involves defining the role of apolipoprotein (apo) E in neuropathology using human iPSC-derived neurons and the application of proteomics. Protein changes (pathways) distinguishing apoE3 from apoE4-expressing neurons will be evaluated using CRISPR technology to knockdown or increase protein expression in iPSC-derived neurons.
Qualifications The senior postdoctoral fellow position requires a MD or PhD with 2 or more years of relevant research experience in neuroscience. iPSC technology and CRJSPR experience are highly desirable.
If you are interested in working on exciting problems related to defining the role of apolipoprotein (apo) E in neuropathology using human iPSC-derived neurons and the application of proteomics, email Dr. Mahley atÂ
Internal Number: REQ-806
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