The project aims to identify molecular mechanisms underlying neurodegenerative disorders, focusing on understanding selective degeneration of vulnerable cell types.
A Bachelor's degree in biology is required; an educational emphasis or background in neuroscience is preferred. The candidate must have some familiarity with a laboratory setting. Familiarity with basic molecular biology techniques and experience handling laboratory animals is desired. Candidates must be organized, have good communication skills, and keep accurate notes.
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