Mount Sinai Careers
Senior Scientist, Pharmacological Sciences
Ground breaking science. Advancing medicine. Healing made personal.
The candidate responsibilities include:
- To contribute a major role in setting the direction of research goals and to take the lead in the preparation of manuscripts for publication and materials for presentation at scientific meetings as a co-author
- To identify small molecule compounds that bind specifically to the amyloid precursor protein
- To characterize the effects of the inhibition of amyloid beta peptide production in neuronal culture and animal models, and
- To assist other members of the research team in the furtherance of the group's work
- Doctorate degree (PhD) in sciences or related field
- Minimum five years of experience with scientific investigation
- Must have demonstrated outstanding achievement in a field of research
- Must have contributed to a number of peer-reviewed publications, inventions or the like, at least some of which have had a major impact on advancing the field or discipline
- Prior experience successfully securing external grant funding is highly desirable
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