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Postdoctoral Training in Neurobiology of Aging, Alzheimer’s Disease and Related Neurodegenerative

Employer
University of Arizona
Location
Tucson, Arizona
Salary
Commensurate with education and experience
Closing date
Oct 4, 2022

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Discipline
Life Sciences, Neuroscience
Job Type
Postdoc
Organization Type
Academia
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Postdoctoral Training in Neurobiology of Aging, Alzheimer’s Disease and Related Neurodegenerative Disorders

 

The collaborative and interactive Arizona postdoctoral fellowship program in Neurobiology of Aging, Alzheimer’s Disease and Related Disorders that includes University of Arizona, Arizona State University, Barrow Neurological Institute, Translational Genomics Research Institute, Banner Alzheimer’s Institute, Banner Sun Health Research Institute, and Mayo Clinic components of the statewide Arizona Alzheimer’s Consortium is seeking highly qualified applicants for positions supported by a National Institutes of Aging training grant. Training programs are intended to advance researcher development and studies in Alzheimer’s disease, related disorders and non-pathological brain aging. Fellows can capitalize on programs in basic, cognitive, behavioral, clinical, neuropathological, brain imaging and omics research. Mentors have expertise in molecular biology, experimental, and neuropathological research, the study of transgenic and wild type mice, non-human primates, brain imaging, genomics, the computational and statistical analysis of complex data sets, experimental therapeutics, the early detection, diagnosis, treatment and prevention of Alzheimer’s disease and related diseases, the development and application of new research methods, and other potential areas of interest. Trainees will benefit from a Professional Development Committee to foster career development, provide opportunities to work and learn across institutions all in an incredible place to live. This is a U.S. Government funded training grant and is only available to U.S. citizens or Permanent Residents.  All training program institutions value an inclusive academic community, which advances innovation and critical thinking. The program encourages applications from diverse candidates including people of color, women, LGBTQIA2S+, veterans, and individuals with disabilities. Please send a CV, contact information for two references that have agreed to be contacted, and a letter describing your research interests to the program Admissions Director Dr. Elliott Mufson, Professor of Translational Neurosciences at the Barrow Neurological Institute c/o denise.lopez900@commonspirit.org

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