Assistant Professional Researcher - Huang lab in San Francisco, CA for University of California San Francisco
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Assistant Professional Researcher - Huang lab
Assistant Professional Researcher - Huang labThe Department of Pathology is seeking an Assistant Professional Researcher for the laboratory of Dr. Eric Huang, whose lab focuses on disease mechanisms of frontotemporal dementia (FTD). We are looking for a talented scientist who will contribute to investigations using single-cell multiomics to uncover brain region-specific vulnerability and resilience in FTD caused by dominant mutations in GRN. This individual will be expected to: use single-cell multiomics technology in postmortem brain tissues from FTD patients with GRN mutationscharacterize histopathology of FTD using spatial transcriptomicsconduct bioinformatics analysesRequ


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