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The Department of Neuroscience and Regenerative Medicine in the Medical College of Georgia at Augusta University invites applications for three open-rank tenure-track faculty positions. The positions may cover any area in cellular or systems neuroscience. Applicants with expertise in neurodegenerative disease, cellular electrophysiology, and in vivo brain imaging are particularly encouraged to apply. Additional areas of interest include epigenetics and human iPSC-based neurological disease models. Candidates must hold an MD, PhD, or both, and are expected to have or establish a cutting edge extramurally funded research program, and may participate in teaching medical and graduate students. Department faculty have access to excellent core facilities for multiphoton/confocal and electron microscopy, small animal behavior and imaging, genomics and proteomics, flow cytometry and bioinformatics. Our department is also the home to the new Transgenic and Genome Editing Core. MCG is a state-supported academic medical center located in a historic city with outstanding recreational and lifestyle opportunities. Please apply for position #21002211, job opening #216736 at Submit a CV, statement of current/future research interests, and contact information for three references to: Dr. Sergei Kirov, Search Committee Chair, c/o Ann Stephens ( and visit our Department homepage: For full consideration, applications should be received by December 1, 2019, although applications will be considered until the position is filled. AU is an EEO/AA/Equal Access Employer.

Two NIH-funded postdoctoral research fellow positions are immediately available for the Neuroimmune Interaction Laboratory in the Department of Neurology at Mayo Clinic, Rochester, MN. The lab mainly focuses on the role of microglia and monocytes in clinically relevant pathologies such as epilepsy, pain, stroke and autoimmune diseases. The lab uses multidisciplinary approaches including in vivo two-photon imaging, electrophysiology, immunostaining, biochemistry, behavioral studies in a vast variety of transgenic and knockout mice. The long-term goal of the lab is to identify and manipulate microglial and monocyte specific targets that complement existing strategies for the treatment of brain diseases. Candidates with expertise in neuroimmunology, glial biology, in vivo two-photon imaging, electrophysiology, or prior experience in studying neuron-glia communication and function are encouraged to apply.

About Mayo Clinic

Mayo Clinic is a nonprofit academic medical center based in Rochester, Minnesota, focused on integrated clinical practice, education, and research. Mayo Clinic is ranked No. 1 best hospital in the United States on the 2018–2019 U.S. News & World Report, maintaining a position at the top for more than 25 years. Mayo Clinic Rochester is located in the heart of downtown Rochester, a vibrant, friendly city that provides a highly livable environment for more than 50,000 Mayo staff and students. The city is consistently ranked among the best places to live in the United States because of its affordable cost of living, healthy lifestyle, excellent school systems and exceptionally high quality of life. The postdoctoral research fellow positions in the Neuroimmune Interaction Laboratory at Mayo Clinic are funded by multiple NIH grants. The salary for this position starts from $51,000 per year plus benefits, and increases with experiences. For more information on the lab research, please see the following link: Candidates please send a cover letter with research interests, curriculum vitae, and contact information of three referees to Dr. Long-Jun Wu at