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Postdoctoral Positions in Genetics - Albert Einstein College of Medicine
Applications are solicited for the Chair's Award postdoctoral positions in the Department of Genetics. Chair's Award positions are eligible for salary supplementation beyond the NIH postdoctoral fellowship salary scale. Positions are available in basic, translational and computational genetics. Specific opportunities exist in:Molecular and genetic studies of cell communication, including mechanisms and roles of cell competition in development, disease, and regeneration, as well as signals that regulate neuronal fate specification (Nick Baker)Mechanisms governing nervous system development and the establishment and modification of synaptic connectivity by experience (Hannes Buelow)Biochemi


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