We are a team of enthusiastic scientists who are pioneering research on how external factors alter long-term functions of microglia. We are building a hardworking and engaging culture, through collaboration with world-leading groups.
Applications are invited for a Research Assistant position to join the Neuroscience Initiative. Reporting to Dr. Pinar Ayata, Assistant Professor of Neuroscience Initiative, the Research Assistant will actively participate in laboratory’s important research. The primary duties will involve designing and executing experiments for projects focused on the cellular and epigenetic mechanisms underlying the environmental impact in mouse models of neurodegeneration. Please contact Dr. Pinar Ayata for any questions using the form below.