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A postdoctoral scholar "postdoc" is an individual holding a doctoral degree who is engaged in a temporary and defined period, typically less than 5 years, of mentored research and/or advanced scholarly training for the purpose of acquiring the professional skills needed to pursue a career path of his/her choosing. Performs research under the supervision and mentorship of a more senior researcher, often called the postdoctoral advisor.
Ideal candidate will have strong background in molecular and cellular biology, biochemistry, genetics, or physiology and have experience in the field of inner ear biology or neuroimmunology (preferred). Experience with flow cytometry, cell sorting, analysis of RNA sequence data, ELISA, gene or peptide delivery is desirable. Additional responsibilities will include handling and caring small animals is preferred.
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