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Assistant Professor, Sanders-Brown Center on Aging
Department Name: 7H030:SANDERS-BROWN CTR ON AGINGJob Summary: The University of Kentucky College of Medicine is seeking an Assistant Professor. The faculty member will function as a full-time Assistant Professor in research at the Sanders-Brown Center on Aging and Department of Neuroscience.We desire a highly motivated, creative, and collaborative individual to work on mechanistic and translational research projects in the laboratory of Dr. Linda Van Eldik, Director of the Center on Aging. Projects focus primarily on understanding and modulating the detrimental inflammatory and neurodegenerative responses that contribute to pathophysiology in mouse models of CNS disorders, especially Alzheimer's disease and


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