The Horner Lab within the Center for Neuroregeneration focuses on the role of glial and neural progenitor cells in the regeneration of the injured and aging nervous system. Our laboratory seeks researchers to create cell and molecular tools for gene therapy, genetically engineer neural stem cells and assist with RNA and protein analyses in cell and animal studies. We are looking for research assistants and lab staff to utilizes skills to provide technical research laboratory support in performing research experiments, maintains records of data collected, assist in the organization, tabulation, and analysis of data. The ideal candidate will have educational and practical experience in neuroscience and/or neurobiology. Expertise is required in general cell/molecular biology including cell culture, cellular phenotyping, virus construction and production, gene transfection techniques, cloning, CRISPR editing, gene, and protein expression analysis. Please send Curriculum Vitae, statement of research interests and future objectives, and list of three references to Dr. Philip Horner.
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