Archive | July, 2019

MUSC – Addiction Sciences Division

Do you want to help conduct cutting-edge neuroscience research? Are you interested in the brain, how alcohol impacts it, and want to help society learn more about how to help people with alcohol use disorder? Do you feel comfortable doing research with animals? Are you up for working as a volunteer or for course credit this coming Fall and Spring semesters and perhaps beyond?

If this sounds like you, apply now to work with Dr. Christina Lebonville, a post-doctoral scholar at the Medical University of South Carolina (MUSC). A detail-oriented, reliable, and organized undergraduate student or recent graduate is needed to help conduct neuroscience research with mice. Dr. Lebonville has several projects ongoing and can provide you with a range of molecular/genetic and behavioral research experience, depending on your goals. Dr. Lebonville loves to teach young scientists, especially ones enthusiastic about the team is working on. If you are interested, please send Dr. Lebonville a brief introduction and your current resume/CV to to start the application process. Interviews will be conducted soon to find the right candidates to join the team!

Posted on July 23, 2019 in Research

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