POSITIONS & PROJECTS 

How to Apply

Post-Doctoral Positions
  • The role of ser/thr phosphorylation signaling network in long-term memory formation (3 years)

    • Skills required: biochemical methods, optical imaging

    • Advantageous skills: molecular biology methods, electrophysiology, animal behavior, bioinformatics, proteomics

  • The role of tyr phosphorylation signaling network in long-term memory formation (3 years)

    • Skills required: biochemical methods, optical imaging

    • Advantageous skills: molecular biology methods,  electrophysiology, animal behavior, bioinformatics, proteomics

  • Identification intracellular signaling pathway responsible for depressive like behavior and cognitive impairments (3 years)

    • Skills required: biochemical methods, optical imaging

    • Advantageous skills: molecular biology methods,  electrophysiology, animal behavior, bioinformatics, proteomics

  • Investigation of optimal TH radiation ranges with maximal impact protein folding and elimination of misfolded proteins in neurodegenerative diseases using Alzheimer’s disease model (1.5 years)

    • Skills required: biochemical methods, optical imaging

    • Advantageous skills:  electrophysiology, animal behavior

 

 
Ph.D. positions (3-4.5 years)
  • The role of membrane-AKT interaction in the regulation of eLTP expression (4 or 4.5 years)

    • Advantageous skills: electrophysiology and animal behavior

  • Physiological and pathological roles of the signaling cascade leading to Abl kinase activation downstream from Aβ peptides (4 or 4.5 years)

    • Advantageous skills: electrophysiology and optical imaging

  • The mechanism of Abl kinase effect on late phase long-term synaptic plasticity and long-term memory (4 or 4.5 years)

    • Advantageous skills: electrophysiology, animal behavior and optical imaging

M.Sc. Positions (2 years)
  • The role of AKT-Rab cycle interaction on AMPA receptor expression

  • The role of Abl/Arg kinases in maintenance of late-phase LTP and memory consolidation

  • Role of AKT kinase in regulation of presynaptic release

  • Effect of chronic stress on synaptic plasticity

B.Sc. Internship (2-6 months)

Students for B.Sc. internship can be involved in any research project and are always welcome.

 
 
 
 

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