The College of Human Medicine of Michigan State University (MSU) seeks a bioinformatics scientist for appointment as an Assistant Professor in the Department of Translational Science and Molecular Medicine. This is a three-year, fixed term position. The primary duties of the successful candidate will be to collaborate with biomedical faculty within TSMM in the analysis and interpretation of informatics data sets and provide statistical expertise. The candidate will also have time, if desired, to develop an independent line of research. Candidates should be experts in the domain of bioinformatics and be versed in analysis of next-generation sequencing and epigenetics data, and possess the skills to develop novel approaches and workflows as needed.
The Training Program in Clinical and Basic Neuroscience at the Department of Neurology at University of Michigan is a NIH-T32 funded program for postdoctoral fellows currently recruiting its 2018 class. We are committed to increase diversity in the neuroscience and train the next generation of researchers providing a mentee-oriented training environment based on new mentoring approaches and career development activities.
The Clinical Neuroscientist Training Program at the Department of Neurology at University of Michigan is a NIH-R25 funded program for clinician-scientists that is currently recruiting its 2018 class. We are committed to increase diversity in neurology and train the next generation of clinical researchers providing a mentee-oriented training environment based on new mentoring approaches and career development activities.
Recently, Dr. Irving Vega, Associate Professor at Michigan State University, presented his talk "Research on Alzheimer's disease: from bench to society". On the occasion of the "Brain Awareness Week" celebration, we share the video of his talk and an article written by Dr. Vega. This is the first of multiple posts that we will be sharing with you this week exploring different conditions related to the health of our brain.
Required Education/Experience/Skills: This position requires a doctoral degree in biological sciences, molecular neuroscience is preferable; at least four years of experience working in a basic science laboratory; and at minimum an understanding of standard molecular biology, biochemistry, mass spectrometry-based proteomics and rodent animal model techniques.
The laboratory technician will be responsible for managing the day-to-day activities of a research lab, including in vivo and in vitro experimental work, maintaining the lab, purchasing and preparing lab reagents. This position requires participation in project coordination, experimental design, data collection, and data analysis/reporting.
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