Post-Doctoral Fellow in New Brunswick, NJ for Rutgers University
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Post-Doctoral Fellow
Position Summary: Rutgers The State University is seeking a Post-Doctoral Fellow in the Brain Health Institute of Robert Wood Johnson Medical School. The incumbent will work as a post-doctoral fellow in the laboratory of the Brain Health Institute on a project dedicated to investigating the roles of macrophages and fractalkine signaling in noise-or age-related hearing loss, cochlear synaptopathy and neuropathy. The research involves using genetic mouse models, breeding, weaning, and genotyping, auditory function assessment, tissue harvesting and microdissection, organ culture, immunohistochemistry, confocal imaging of fixed and live tissue, flow cytometry, cell sorting, sequencing, bioinformatics, inner-ear delivery, gene or peptide therapy, basic cellular


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