The Weihl Lab at Washington University is St. Louis, MO is hiring passionate post-doctoral fellows or research scientists to study the interrelationships between neurodegeneration and muscle degeneration. Molecular mechanisms focused on protein aggregation, protein homeostasis, novel therapeutic approaches, protein degradation such as endolysosomal and autophagic pathways are explored. Our lab uses human genetics, cell models, iPSCs, mouse models and biochemistry to understand inherited and acquired neuromuscular disorders. We have an active research program that is needing to expand.
Candidates should be independent thinkers with technical expertise in cell culture, mouse genetics and molecular biology. Email Dr. Conrad Weihl at firstname.lastname@example.org to apply.
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