Looking for a highly motivated and enthusiastic
postdoctoral fellow interested in using a combination of
human genetics and animal models to study the mechanisms of
neurodevelopmental disorders. Our works stems from human
mutations severely affecting brain development and cognitive
function, and this position focuses on signaling and protein
trafficking through the endosome in the pathogenesis of
autism spectrum disorders and intellectual disability.
Please visit our website
for more details on our research.
We believe in innovative, multidisciplinary and
question-driven science, and promote an atmosphere of open
communication and collaboration inside and outside the lab.
Graduate experience in one or more of the following is
required (neuronal cell biology, biochemistry, mouse
genetics, behavioral characterization of animal models), but
there will be numerous opportunities for training to
complement current skills. A history of publication in
neurobiology or developmental biology are preferred.
Position is fully funded for at least 2 years.