|4/28/2017||No||Academic||Full-Time||Open||Yes||neurobiology||Washington University in St. Louis||Neurology|
Based on recent studies from our laboratory revealing that bidirectional interactions between neurons and glia are critical for brain tumor growth and neuron survival, we are recruiting a talented researcher to employ human induced pluripotent stem cells as model systems to define the molecular and cellular determinants that underlie these co-dependencies in health and disease.
Postdoctoral fellows will receive competitive NIH salaries along with other employee benefits, including health/dental/vision insurance.
Fellows are selected on a competitive basis from an international pool of applicants. Career development and mentorship will be areas of primary emphasis during the training period.
Interested candidates should send an updated CV and request that three letters of recommendation are forwarded to: David H. Gutmann, MD, PhD (firstname.lastname@example.org)