Neurosteer is looking for a researcher to join the team. The job entails running experiments, visiting hospitals and clinical centers all over the country and dealing with neurological patients.
Key qualifications: - Biological/psychological/neuroscience or corresponding background; - Ability to handle patients and their families; - Great communicative skills, ability to handle doctors and clinical staff and explain research goals; - Must be independent, assertive, self-thinker. - Good English skills; - Must be mobile;
Preferable qualifications: - tech-savvy; - Knowledge in Python. - Knowledge in fields related to EEG, clinical trials, neurodegenerative diseases;
The Position is 4 days a week (also relevant for students in their last semester of B.Sc).
We are offering a three year project focusing on identification of new targets for neurodegenerative diseases. The position will be part of a large scale international consortium bringing together academia and industry, allowing the fellow exposure to diverse cutting edge techniques and science. The major focus would be on assessing neuronal metabolism and bioelectrical activity in human IPSC disease models.
The position will require the deployment of variety of techniques such as: fluorescent high content microscopy, cellular respiration analysis molecular biology electrophysiology and more.
· PhD degree from a leading institution
· Good publication record
· Previous hands on experience with induced pluripotent stem cells Is a must, preferably with neuronal cells
· Expertise in mitochondria related assays (including sea horse) is significant advantage
· Background in neurobiology
The work will be done in the pharmacology laboratory (Netanya, Israel). The fellow will have full access and support from a team of preclinical experts including cellular pharmacology, in vivo pharmacology, ADME, toxicology and all other industrial discovery and product development infrastructure and know-how.
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At elminda, we envision a world in which brain healthcare is intelligent, data-driven and available to everyone.
Integrating big-data repositories and deep-learning algorithms, our state-of-the-art BNA™ (Brain Network Analytics) technology holds the potential to revolutionize the diagnosis, monitoring and treatment of brain-related disorders by measuring how effectively different parts of the brain are connecting and communicating.
Prize4Life, a non-profit focused exclusively on accelerating the development of treatments for ALS, recipient of the 2011 Prime Minister Award for entrepreneurship and innovation, is looking for a scientific officer. We believe that biologists, chemists, engineers, clinicians, software developers and many others can all bring meaningful change to the field of ALS research, and victory over ALS can be, and should be, everyone's.
To expand its programmatic portfolio, Prize4life is now recruiting a Scientific Officer. The scientific officer will manage part of the organization’s programmatic portfolio, including several international scientific programs to promote ALS research.
The Scientific Officer will report to and work closely with Prize4Life’s Chief Scientific Officer on the organization’s scientific programs, all of which are targeted toward accelerating the identification of treatments and a cure for ALS. Specifically, the Scientific Officer will be working on several of the following efforts (depending on the individual’s interest, abilities, and experience):
- Management of infrastructure programs designed to broadly leverage efforts across the ALS research field
- The design, launch and management of additional programs that will generate new solutions for ALS patients, cheaper and more accurate clinical trials andleverage talents currently not in use for ALS research
- Relationship building with the scientific, philanthropicand patients communities, including outreach beyond the immediate ALS research community, and fostering the building of networks across ALS-relevant teams and disciplines through a wide variety of communications initiatives
Global R&D group in TEVA is looking for a professional IPS scientist for an interesting and challenging position:
Responsible for setting up and conducting experiments with pluripotent stem cells. Lead the initiatives to set up the facilities required for these experiments. Serve as an internal resource for specific scientific areas as requested Plan and execute required experiments. Analyze and evaluate significance of results according to the field's literature.
Requirements: PhD in life science- Must, Post-doc- an advantage A thorough hands on experience with IPS cell production and reprograming - must, Neurobiology background- an advantage. First authorship of a publication involving IPS cells in a leading scientific magazine- an advantage. Willingness to do considerable "wet" laboratory work. Pharmaceutical industry experience - an advantage Fluent English- must
Fast learner, creative, independent and self sufficient in handling and analyzing big amounts of data, with good programming skills Experience with Python (preferred) or other scripting languages (R/Matlab) Proven experience in algorithms research & implementation Proven experience in machine learning, quantitative analysis and data mining Experience in recommender systems -- an advantage Experience in Java - an advantage
Looking for in vitro scientist specializing in Neuroscience/Mitochondria/Huntington's Disease. Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org
An Israeli Biotech firm is looking for a neurobiologist who has experience and knowledge of neurons and glia cells and with a solid background in automatic image analysis. The candidate should be capable of self-learning of new technologies in a timely manner.
BSc, MSc or PhD in neuroscience in relevant study. Familiarity with studies of single neurons and/or glia using automatic imaging system. Experience with cell culture is a major advantage. Experience with histology of mammalian neuronal tissues and/or brain slices is an advantage.