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Dedicated to discovering causes, prevention, treatments, and cures, Yerkes National Primate Research Center (NPRC) is fighting diseases and improving human health and lives worldwide. One of seven NPRCs funded by the NIH, Yerkes conducts studies that make breakthrough discoveries possible. Learn more at http://www.yerkes.emory.edu
The Division of Neuropharmacology and Neurologic Diseases at the Yerkes National Primate Research Center at Emory University is currently seeking a post-doctoral fellow. Researchers in the Yerkes Division of Neuropharmacology and Neurologic Diseases are working to advance the understanding of the active human brain through studies focusing on the development and function of the nervous system, and anatomical differences seen when neurological disorders are present neurobiology of stroke and epilepsy. Our long-term goal is to develop the knowledge necessary for improved treatment of specific neurological and psychiatric disorders.
The ideal candidate will be motivated, dependable, detail-oriented, have a positive attitude and passion for research. The post-doctoral fellow will work together with technicians, students and other post-doctoral fellows in our neurosciences laboratory. Potential research topics include Stroke, Alzheimers disease and urokinase. We are particularly interested in applicants with experience and interest in basic biochemistry and molecular biology techniques as well in cell cultures. This is an amazing opportunity to indirectly save and change lives and make a positive impact in the science and research community. This position reports directly to Manuel Yepes, MD.
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Positions are temporary appointments as a research trainee. The initial appointment is for one year, renewal expected if progress is satisfactory and funds are available. Appointments cannot exceed five years.
Work is normally performed in a typical laboratory environment
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