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JOBS
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Post-doc and Research Assistant positions

We anticipate to open 1-2 new full-time post-doc or research assistant positions in this fall.

A position is not currently open. However, Dr. Matsuoka is actively pursing additional funding and anticipate to open more positions in the near future. Highly motivated candidates with following experiences and experimental techniques are welcome to apply for the future (6 months ~ 1 year) consideration. Please send Dr. Matsuoka a CV with a publication list, and names of references to matsuokalab@georgetown.edu  (letters of reference are not necessary at time of application).

Dr Matsuoka is attending various conferences and meetings and can set an interview even in foreign countries. Please contact him by e-mail to arrange an interview at conferences. Lab visits are always welcomed. Previous job advertisements are available at sciencejob.com or Alzforum.org.

 

Internship (Laboratory Assistant-undergraduate level)

We usually accept 1-2 interns. This is an unpaid volunteer position. Send a CV and "statement of purpose" (1-2 pages with single space) to matsuokalab@georgetown.edu  (letters of reference are not necessary at time of application). Also please indicate how much time you can commit (hours per week, hours per day).

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Desired experiences: For a post-doctoral position, experience in Alzheimer's disease is desired, but not necessary. Preference will be given to applicants familiar with some of the following areas: in vivo (mouse) pharmacology, AD transgenic mouse models, biochemistry, cell biology, histopathology, and drug screening including semi/high-throughput assays. Good writing and communication skills are important, as well as the ability to interact with several groups.

Desired experimental techniques: Animal surgery (microsurgery in mice), biochemistry (ELISA, protein purification, electrophoresis, mass spec analysis), cell culture (transfection, primary, cell line, slice), bioinformatics (expression profile analysis), mid-high throughput screening, rodent pharmacology, historhcmistry.

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