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To carry out research in the area of neuroscience, inflammation and vascular biology in the laboratories of Drs. E. Richard Stanley and Nicholas Sibinga. Specifically, the research with Dr. Stanley will be in selected areas of neuroscience and with Dr. Sibinga in areas related to vascular biology. Work in both areas will include a focus on the elucidation of the functions of allograft inflammatory factor-1.
List of Responsibilities
Work collaboratively with personnel in both laboratories. Report directly to Drs. Stanley and Sibinga. Prepare and submit grant applications as a principal investigator, or co-investigator in collaboration with Drs. Stanley and Sibinga.
Scope of Responsibilities
A high degree of intellectual and technical independence. Ability to interact closely with collaborating laboratory members. Determination to obtain funding for the research projects that are developed.
Experience and Educational Background
Bachelor’s degree and Ph.D. and considerable post-doctoral experience in the areas of biochemistry, cell and molecular biology, developmental biology and neuroscience.
Skills and Competencies
Demonstrated excellence in the areas of in the areas of biochemistry, cell and molecular biology, developmental biology and neuroscience. Demonstrated ability to write papers that are published in first rate scientific journals and demonstrated ability to present research results in a cogent and clear fashion. Critical thinking ability.
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