Pediatric Neurology Fellow - FAST Fellowships in Angelman Syndrome and Neurogenetic Diseases in Chicago, IL for Rush University Medical Center
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Pediatric Neurology Fellow - FAST Fellowships in Angelman Syndrome and Neurogenetic Diseases
The Department of Pediatrics at Rush University Medical Center is recruiting two candidates for a F.A.S.T Fellowship in Clinical Trials for Innovative Therapeutics in Angelman syndrome and other Neurogenetic Disorders to join the Department of Pediatrics, Division of Pediatric Neurology for a one-year fellowship in translational neuroscience. We welcome both domestic and international candidates to apply. This is a unique opportunity for qualified individuals to further develop their translational and clinical research training at a leading academic medical center, conducting this work with mentorship in cutting-edge research using mechanism-targeted treatment for Angelman syndrome and other rare monogenic NDDs. This one-ye


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