Self driven? passionate about neuroscience? interested in understanding the mechanisms that drive brain development? then come work with us!
We are seeking talented graduate level scientists to join our research group and work with us. No previous experience necessary. Those interested contact me directly, via email and send me your CV, contact information for 3 references, a short paragraph specifying why you are interested in working with us!! (email: firstname.lastname@example.org)
For graduate admissions information: www.biol.sc.edu/graduate
Candidates should hold a PhD in cellular or molecular neuroscience or developmental neurobiology. Competitive candidates will have a strong background in neuroscience with interest in cortical development and disease modeling. The ideal candidate will have extensive molecular biology expertise including CRISPR/CAS genome editing, cloning, DNA and RNA isolation, ChipSeq, and QPCR techniques. Experience with mammalian cell cultures (i.e. neuronal or stem cell cultures or primary neuronal cultures) is a highly desired.
Looking for a highly motivated and enthusiastic researcher with a BS degree in biomedical science with a minimum of 1-year laboratory and cell culture experience. The primary responsibility of the research assistant will be to maintain human cell cultures and conduct molecular, cellular and biochemical experiments. The ideal candidate will have basic knowledge and understanding of cellular neuroscience. In addition, the research assistant will be responsible for ordering supplies, managing hazardous waste, maintaining the chemical inventory, analyzing data, and contributing to the supervision of undergraduate students in the laboratory.