Designs, plans, and implements complex research experiments in studying hormone signaling in diseases (neurodegenerative, motor neuron and inflammatory diseases) -molecular signaling of hormones, such as retinoic acid, using modern techniques in molecular, cell biology, biochemistry, genetics, neuron science, and bioinformatics -in vivo (mouse dissection, surgery, imaging and virus packaging techniques) -in vitro (molecular, biochemical, primary culture, cell line, FLOW, fluorescence and confocal microscopy)
PhD in medical/life science (molecular biology, neuron science, physiology, or pharmacology) with 1 first-author paper in reputable journals.
Internal Number: 340031
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