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Animal And Cellular Models Of Myelination In Health And Disease

***POSITION CURRENTLY FILLED**** The student will have the opportunity to contribute to the creation and characterization of animal models of neural development using animal husbandry and genotyping, biochemical techniques, morphological and cell biological analysis. (All positions currently filled 2014-2015)

UB’s Center of Excellence in Bioinformatics and Life Sciences

Center of Excellence Building The mission of the CoE is to study the mechanistic processes involved in human disease with the goal of developing diagnostics tools and therapeutic interventions, preventative treatment and other disease management devices and processes to improve the health and well-being of the population. This scientific mission is balanced by our responsibility to act as a facilitator of economic development in Upstate New York via partnerships with government, academia and industry.  

Core Research Group Core Facilities and Partner Institutes
Cancer BiologyProteomics
Cardiovascular DiseaseGene Sequencing
Developmental GenomicsCenter for Computational Research
Translational PharmacologyMicroarray and Genomics Facility (RCPI)
Pathogens and BiodefenseHauptman-Woodward Medical Research Institute
Neurodegenerative Disease 
Informatics and Ontology 
Center for Computational Research 

Learn more about the Center of Excellence:

Research Project Information

Disciplines: Neuroscience
Student Skill-Set Needed: POSITION FILLED Ability to learn new laboratory techniques and apply them independently. ALL LAB POSITIONS CURRENTLY FILLED (2016)
Compensation: Academic Credit, Volunteer, Work Study
Available: Fall, Spring, Summer


For further information on this opportunity, or to apply, contact:

Faculty Member: Maria Laura Feltri
Title: Professor
Affiliation: Hunter James Kelly Research Institute
Department: Center Of Excellence In Bioinformatics And Life Sciences
Office: 710 Ellicott Street