Designing and performing studies to understand the role of the unfolded protein response in multiple sclerosis and its underlying mechanisms, recording and analyzing research results, preparing research reports and manuscripts, and training/supervising junior researchers.
PhD or equivalent degree in neuroscience, immunology or molecular biology with a preferential to solid training in myelin biology, neurodegeneration, or neuroimmunology.
Candidates must be enthusiastic, self-motivated, organized and effective at working and interacting with others as part of a team. Attention to detail, following with literature, ability to trouble shoot and multi-task efficiently are essential. Candidates must also have demonstrated ability to effectively communicate and accurately document, analyze, and report research results.
Internal Number: 332038
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