Postdoctoral - Pediatric Brain Tumors in Bloomington, IN for Indiana University Purdue University Indianpolis (IUPUI)
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Postdoctoral - Pediatric Brain Tumors
Location: IU School of MedicineDepartment: IUSM - Neurological SurgeryCampus: IU School of Medicine IndianapolisPosition Announcement: A full-time Post-Doctoral Research position is available in the Department of Neurological Surgery. The candidate will assist the principal investigator in conducting research on pediatric brain tumors, primarily high grade glioma. This research is focused on examining the mechanisms resulting in tumor formation and response to therapeutic treatments. We are seeking for a creative, well-organized and self-motivated candidate with experience in animal handling and studies, molecular biology, next-generation sequencing techniques and data analysis to join our team


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