The successful candidate will conduct research with advanced technologies including assays of gene expression and bioinformatics to reduce neurodegeneration. These studies of regulatory interactions, in human samples, rodent models, and culture systems, will identify susceptibility factors involved in CNS dysfunction. The knowledge gained will advance work to improve the outcome of Veterans, and others, with a variety of conditions such as Gulf War Illness, traumatic brain injuries, Alzheimer's disease, or ALS.
The applicant must have a recent doctorate and experience with molecular biology and tissue culture. Research work with mice would be beneficial.
To apply, this position will involve clearance by a Department of Veterans Affairs (Federal) center requiring US Citizenship. Please send 1. a curriculum vitae, 2. status of US Citizenship, 3. contact information for three references, and 4. where the posting was seen, to: firstname.lastname@example.org
For info, see: https://njms-web.njms.rutgers.edu/profile/myProfile.php?mbmid=bc681
Bruce A. Citron, Ph.D., Director, Laboratory of Molecular Biology, VA New Jersey Health Care System, Research and Development, 385 Tremont Avenue, East Orange, NJ 07018
and Professor of Pharmacology, Physiology, and Neuroscience, Rutgers- New Jersey Medical School
The Veterans Bio-Medical Research Institute provides health, life, dental, and vision insurance. The VA New Jersey Healthcare System is an Equal Opportunity Employer.