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Postdoctoral Fellow
Postdoc position in the Kurshan Lab at Albert Einstein College of Medicine in New York City to study the molecular mechanisms of synapse formation using C. elegans. We are especially interested in the role of synaptic cell-adhesion molecules and active zone scaffold proteins in synapse development and function, but a wide array of projects are possible. We use advanced microscopy, optical neurophysiology, proteomics, behavior and genetic techniques. Check out some of our projects at www.KurshanLab.org.


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