The NeoPasca Lab at Stanford University is looking for postdoctoral fellows to study cell type-specific molecular alterations in neurodevelopmental disorders of hypoxic, inflammatory and genetic causes, with the goal of identifying interventional targets with clinical translational potential.
Our diverse team of scientists and physician-scientists use human cellular models of disease including region-specific organoids and oligodendrocytes derived from human iPSCs. Our approach is multidisciplinary, collaborative and includes the use of multiple innovative technologies including transcriptomics, metabolomics, genetic-engineering, confocal live imaging, high-throughput drug screening platforms, etc.
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