A postdoctoral research position is available to join a highly collaborative and multidisciplinary research team focused on studies of neural regeneration, aging, and disease mechanisms in Parkinson's disease and neurodegenerative disorders, using stem-cell based approaches. This research has high clinical relevance for developing new therapies. The research involves human iPS cell culture, in vitro modeling of neurodegenerative disease processes and iPSC-derived neural cell therapy in Parkinson's disease. The postdoctoral fellow will have simultaneous academic appointments at Harvard Medical School and McLean Hospital. Outstanding candidates should have a therapeutic focus and extensive knowledge in neurobiology and/or clinical neurosciences. Additional preferred qualifications include experience in stem cell biology and neural cell culture and differentiation, modeling of cell biological mechanisms underlying neuronal degeneration, and molecular biology.
To apply, please send your resume to:
Mrs. Sandra Pohlman
115 Mill Street, MRC 126
Belmont, MA 02478