Research Associate in the Division of Science (Biology) - Dr. Dan Ohtan Wang in Abu Dhabi, for New York University
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Research Associate in the Division of Science (Biology) - Dr. Dan Ohtan Wang
The Wang Neuroepitranscriptomics Laboratory in the Division of Science at New York University Abu Dhabi, seeks to recruit a Research Associate to work on projects focused on understanding RNA modification signaling pathways in the nervous system and their function in synaptic, neuronal and behavioral plasticity.Research in the Wang Neuroepitranscriptomics Laboratory focuses on the study of the neural mechanisms of dynamic RNA regulation and its role in regulating synaptic, neuronal and behavioral plasticity, using behavioral, biochemical, molecular and cell biology, fluorescence imaging, and next-generation sequencing methods. Central goals of the laboratory are the study of the neural mechanisms underlying dynamic RNA modifications upon cognitive development and decline. To achi


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