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Postdoctoral Research AssociatePosted by: The Scripps Research
Posted date: Dec-30-2016
Location: Jupiter, Florida
A Post-doctoral position is immediately available in the area of neuronal signaling, focusing on brain function and neurodegenerative disease in Dr. Subramaniam laboratory at The Scripps Research Institution (TSRI), Florida, USA. http://www.scripps.edu/subramaniam/index.html
In addition to a PhD in a related discipline, a candidate with a strong interest in dissecting the signaling pathways, using biochemical, genetic, and animal models is encouraged to apply. Aspiring candidate must have a deep knowledge of signaling pathways, previous experience in addressing the mechanisms supported by a publication record. A postdoctoral candidate looking for an opportunity to explore and contribute to neuroscience research is particularly encouraged to apply.
The Scripps-Florida, Neuroscience department, provides state-of-the-art facilities for research. A successful candidate will experience a high-class intellectual and collaborative atmosphere enriched with excellent faculty and multi-disciplinary research, both within Scripps-Florida and surrounding Max Planck Neuroscience and Florida Atlantic-University Brain Institutes.
Interested candidates should submit a single PDF including a cover letter, curriculum vitae and research interests and complete contact information for three professional references to Dr. Srini Subramaniam: ssubramascripps.edu
Please see below selected publications for the research details:
Shahani N, Huang WC, Varnum M, Page DT, Subramaniam S. Neurobiol Aging. 2016 Nov 21;50:134-143.
Shahani N, Swarnkar S, Giovinazzo V, Morgenweck J, Bohn LM, Scharager-Tapia C, Pascal B, Martinez-Acedo P, Khare K, Subramaniam S. Sci Signal. 2016 Nov 15;9(454):ra111.
Swarnkar S, Chen Y, Pryor WM, Shahani N, Page DT, Subramaniam S. Neurobiol Dis. 2015 Oct;82:66-77.
Tyagi R, Shahani N, Gorgen L, Ferretti M, Pryor W, Chen PY, Swarnkar S, Worley PF, Karbstein K, Snyder SH, Subramaniam S.
Cell Rep. 2015 Feb 4. pii: S2211-1247(15)00027-3.
Pryor WM, Biagioli M, Shahani N, Swarnkar S, Huang WC, Page DT, MacDonald ME, Subramaniam S.
Sci Signal. 2014 Oct 28;7(349):ra103.
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