RESEARCH FELLOW - Mechanisms of Neuronal Plasticity in Cincinnati, OH for Cincinnati Children's Hospital Medical Center
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RESEARCH FELLOW - Mechanisms of Neuronal Plasticity
DescriptionThe Department of Anesthesia, Division of Pain Management at Cincinnati Children's Hospital Medical Center is seeking to recruit several enthusiastic and highly motivated Postdoctoral Research Fellows to join the innovative laboratory of Dr. Michael Jankowski. The Jankowski laboratory is investigating the molecular mechanisms of sensory neuron plasticity after peripheral injuries. Recently, our exciting novel research has found that a number of distinct non-neuronal cells have unique properties that are crucial for the detection and transmission of noxious stimuli across the lifespan under normal and pathological conditions. As part of our growing team,


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