Emory University is a leading research university that fosters excellence and attracts world-class talent to innovate today and prepare leaders for the future. We welcome candidates who can contribute to the diversity and excellence of our academic community.
The Sloan Lab at Emory University is recruiting a highly motivated and creative scientist to join our team as a Research Scientist. Our group is interested in human brain development and understanding the molecular and cellular mechanisms that underlie neurodevelopmental disorders. We utilize human pluripotent stem cells (iPSCs) to model human nervous system development and employ a diverse range of cell culture, molecular biology, and genomic approaches. The currently available positions will take the lead on NIH-funded projects investigating lineage commitment during early neurodevelopment and the use of bioengineering tools to build more sophisticated organoid models. Come join our fun, diverse, and collaborative team!
More information about the research goals of the lab can be found at www.sloanlab.org and www.brainorganoidhub.com.
Highly motivated candidates with a background in neuroscience, stem cells, molecular biology, or other related fields are sought. Prior experience with cell/tissue culture, molecular and cellular neurobiology, stem cell maintenance, genomics, and/or computer programming are desired, although not required.
We are a small and collaborative lab that promotes a culture of openness, support, and respect. The successful candidate will have a bachelor’s degree, excellent written/verbal English communication skills, strong organizational skills, and the ability to work independently while being a team player. The research environment at Emory is robust and collaborative within a diverse neuroscience and genomics community.
NOTE: Position tasks are generally required to be performed in-person at an Emory University location. Remote work from home day options may be granted at department discretion. Emory reserves the right to change remote work status with notice to employee.
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