• A recent Ph.D. graduate with experience and publications in the field of Alzheimer’s disease and/or other neurodegenerative diseases (i.e. stroke, TBI).
• Knowledge of molecular/cell biology, mouse models, biochemistry and immunohistochemistry. A good knowledge of general neuroscience and AD is preferred.
• Experience with scientific writing and publication.
• Must provide the names of three individuals who can provide recommendations.
•A self-motivated and driven individual who is able to exhibit exceptional research productivity and take responsibility for independent management of the project.
•A detail-oriented researcher who thinks critically to effectively design experiments and solve complex research problems.
•The ability to work in a team environment, and interact with students who will need instruction.
•A collaborative, hands-on researcher who proactively shares knowledge and expertise with lab members.
•Excellent written and oral communication skills, with the ability to prepare manuscripts and assist with grant applications.