We are seeking a postdoctoral research scientist to study the stabilization of neuronal subtype identities and migration during brain morphogenesis. Strong candidates with experience in the following areas are encouraged to apply: developmental biology, neurobiology, molecular biology, cell culture, electroporation, transgenesis, time lapse imaging, histology, and mouse husbandry. Only recent PhD or MD graduates will be considered. The position is available from the Summer/Fall of 2018, for a 3-year term (which can be extended), although start time is flexible, with salaries and benefits according to Canadian Institutes of Health Research guidelines.
Our lab is part of the multidisciplinary Brain Repair Centre at Dalhousie University (http://www.brainrepair.ca) which seeks to understand the neural circuitry of movement and how neural progenitors may be used to treat injury and disease. We are positioned in a state-of-the-art research centre with confocal, laser dissection, lightsheet, super-resolution, and 2-photon imaging systems, as well as a cytometry and proteomics facility.
Please forward your Curriculum Vitae, PDFs of publications, a statement of your research interests, and contact information for references by e-mail to:
Dr. Angelo Iulianella (e-mail: email@example.com).