Research Opportunities - Developmental Biology in St. Louis, MO for Washington University in St. Louis
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Research Opportunities - Developmental Biology
Scheduled Hours40Position SummaryThe Pollina Lab at Washington University in St. Louis is seeking a research professional looking for experience in molecular neuroscience techniques. The Pollina Lab is broadly interested in identifying the molecular mechanisms that preserve longevity across the diverse cell types of the nervous system. We study mechanisms of transcriptional control and genome stability that preserve neuronal function over time and explore how these mechanisms go awry to cause aging and neurological disease. We use both mouse models and human stem cell models to explore the role of neuronal activity in epigenome integrity and neuronal aging. Our lab tackles these questi


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