Open Postdoctoral Position Faculty Mentor Avril G. Holt
The Molecular Anatomy of Central Sensory Systems Laboratory is focused on the influence of loud noise on hearing and vestibular dysfunction.
The postdoctoral fellow will:
- Study noise related oxidative and nitrative stress in vivo.
- Relate level of noise/blast-induced hearing loss or vestibular dysfunction to neuronal activity
- Investigate the relevance of specific auditory pathways to hearing dysfunction using molecular genetics
- PhD in sensory systems neuroscience, biomedical engineering or related field
- Experience in small animal handling.
- Experience with one or more of the following techniques: measuring hearing or vestibular function, MRI, OCT, histological preparation, qRT-PCR, or molecular genetics.
- Skills in Data Management and Scientific Writing.
- Strong project management skills and ethical research conduct.
- Preference will be given to applicants who are eligible for NIH fellowships, those who have first-authored publications, and/or grant-writing experience.
- The applicant must not have been employed by or studied at Wayne State University
- Completed doctoral degree within the last 24 months.
- Cover letter describing goals of postdoctoral fellowship
- Current CV and NIH style biosketch
Submit CV and cover letter to:
Avril G. Holt, PhD firstname.lastname@example.org Attn: OVAS Postdoctoral Fellowship
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