We are looking for motivated scientists to join our team!
We investigate the cell biology underlying genetic risk and resilience to Alzheimer's disease and other neurodegenerative diseases. We do this using forward genetics, biochemistry, cell biology, and multi-omics (transcriptomics, metabolomics) in iPSC-derived glia and neurons.
Our lab is affiliated with NIDDK, NINDS, and the NIH Center for Alzheimer's and Related Dementias (CARD).
We are located on the Bethesda, MD NIH Campus, an exciting and collaborative place to do science! This campus houses hundreds of basic science and translational labs spanning all areas of biomedicine as well as a vibrant postdoc and trainee community. Bethesda is located in the greater Washington DC area and is easily accessible by the DC metro (subway) and buses!
- Prospective postdocs must have completed their PhD in the last 3 years. Expertise in genetics, biochemistry, mammalian tissue culture, iPSC-derived tissue culture, and/or molecular neuroscience is highly preferred. International scientists and U.S. citizens are equally eligible for positions at NIH.
- For our senior research technician, we are looking for someone with extensive experience in biochemistry, mammalian tissue culture, and/or iPSC-derived tissue culture. A background in molecular neuroscience is a plus!
To apply, please send a cover letter with your research background and future interests along with your CV to firstname.lastname@example.org
- Graduate students can join the lab through one of the NIH Graduate Partnership Programs. If you're already enrolled in a Ph.D. program at another institution, you can still do your thesis work in our lab through an individual partnership. Please contact Priyanka at email@example.com for more details.
Currently, we are not accepting summer interns.