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Cincinnati Children's Hospital Medical Center Postdoc募集

A postdoctoral position is available at the Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Medical Center (CCHMC). The research project is focused on the molecular mechanisms that regulate the generation of neuronal diversity in the embryonic and adult mouse telencephalon. This project will involve a substantial amount of mouse genetics work combined with advanced molecular and cellular biology techniques. A background in neurobiology and mouse genetics is an important qualification, but MD and/or PhD scientists trained in any fields of molecular and cellular biology are welcome to apply.

The scientific community at CCHMC is highly interactive, providing many opportunities for collaborations. In particular, the Division of Developmental Biology is comprised of thirty-three faculty members who cover broad aspects of developmental biology and related biomedical research areas, including organogenesis, fundamental cellular and molecular biology, stem cells, and bioinformatics. Our lab is housed in a research building with state-of-the-art facilities, which was opened in 2008.

Any interested individual should send their CV, a brief statement of scientific/research interests and contact information for three references to:

Kenneth Campbell, Ph.D.
Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Medical Center
Division of Developmental Biology
3333 Burnet Avenue
Cincinnati, OH 45229
e-mail: kenneth.campbell@cchmc.org

Representative Lab Publications:
Waclaw R.R., Allen Z. J II, Bell S.M., Erdelyi F., Szabo G., Potter S.S. and Campbell K. (2006) The zinc finger transcription factor Sp8 regulates the generation and diversity of olfactory bulb interneurons, Neuron, 49: 503-516.

Waclaw R.R., Wang B., Pei Z. Ehrman L.A. and Campbell K. (2009) Distinct temporal requirements for Gsx2 in specifying striatal and olfactory bulb neuronal fates, Neuron, 63: 451-465.

Waclaw R.R., Ehrman L.A., Peirani A. and Campbell K. (2010) Developmental origin of the neuronal subtypes that comprise the amygdala fear circuit in the mouse, Journal of Neuroscience, 30: 6944-6953.

Posted by Kenneth Campbell (kenneth.campbell@cchmc.org)

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