South San Francisco, California
Relevant PhD with a strong research background in molecular and cellular biology.
Postdoc is preferred but not required.
Qualified candidates will have expertise in a wide range of molecular, cellular, biophysical and biochemical techniques for understanding and manipulating biological pathways.
A track record of answering important biological questions, overcoming challenging technical problems, and publishing research findings in high quality scientific journals is required.
Critical thinking skills and an internal passion for scientific discovery are essential.
Proficiency with primary rodent and iPSC human neural cell cultures, including the ability to manipulate gene expression, is desired.
Experience in proteomics and developing high throughput assays is a plus, though not required.
Past experience with neuroscience related research strongly preferred.
Experience with protein aggregation is preferred
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