Role of metabolic disruption in microglia in Alzheimer's disease
Biol. Chem. & Pharmacol., Ohio State University Medical School
We are seeking highly motivated individuals (two or thee) to join our lab as postdocs. Projects include understanding the role of metabolic disruption in microglial function in Alzheimer’s disease and drug discovery for Alzheimer’s disease . We are looking for scientists with a background and training in neurosciences, cell biology, biochemistry, and/or molecular biology with solid first author publication(s). Salary is based on the NIH postdoc pay scale plus full benefit that includes medical, dental, and vision care.
Columbus, the capital of Ohio state, is a mid-size city in the US. Living is easy in Columbus with low crime rate and without much car traffic even during rush hour. People in Columbus are also very nice and welcoming compared to those in big cities. Cost of living is also modest with apartment rental prices ranging from $900 to $1200 a month for 2 bedrooms. The quality of public primary and secondary schools is also outstanding.
Interested applicants should submit Curriculum Vitae, a brief description of your research interests, and contact information of two or three references to: [email protected]
For more information, see https://medicine.osu.edu/bcpharm/directory/faculty-directory/sung-ok-yoon/Pages/index.aspx