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Postdoctoral Associate - Molecular Biology and Genetics
Postdoctoral Associate - Molecular Biology and Genetics POSITION: Postdoctoral Associate STARTING DATE: ASAP LOCATION: Department of Molecular Biology & Genetics Cornell University, Ithaca, NY 14850 Position Function: This position requires a qualified scientist with skills in molecular biology, neurobiology, and genomics. The scientist will use these tools to study the function of chromatin regulation during brain development; an applied goal is to use these studies to characterize the function of human variants associated with autism that


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