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Staff Scientist, Decoding Stress Project
PNRI is recruiting a Staff Scientist to play a key leadership role in the Decoding Stress project based in the Stubbs Lab.  This project, initiated as a collaboration that integrated novel computational methods developed by Dr. David Galas and basic science mechanistic studies in the Stubbs group, is focused on uncovering the genetic mechanisms of stress-related health disorders with particular focus on how brain stress responses may contribute to comorbid disorders of metabolic and mental health.  The project aims to identify genetic alleles associated with disease susceptibility or resilience in clinical populations, including the search for genetic modifiers that can alter the effects of the primary alleles. Novel candidate genes and interactions will then be validated in mouse model


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