Research projects will center on unraveling the biological changes caused by mutations identified in normosmic and anosmic hypogonadotropic hypogonadal patients. Laboratory uses multidisciplinary approaches including molecular, bioinformatics, biochemical and cellular techniques to uncover functional changes. Candidate should have training in one of the following: Molecular Biology, Neurobiology, Development or Neuroendocrinology.
Interested applicants should email Dr. Susan Wray (email@example.com) an updated C.V. and cover letter. The position is available now and will remain open until filled.
Recent review Cho H et al., Nasal placode development, GnRH neuronal migration and Kallmann Syndrome, Front Cell Dev Biol. 11;7:121, 2019.
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