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Postdoctoral position in corneal dystrophies and biology
A postdoctoral position is available in the Cornea Genetics Laboratory at the Stein Eye Institute on the University of California, Los Angeles campus. The candidate will have a strong interest in translational research that involves integrating clinical findings with basic science research. The Cornea Genetics Lab focuses on identifying and characterizing the genetic basis of inherited disorders of the cornea (the corneal dystrophies) by utilizing classic and cutting-edge technologies. This is accomplished by using cell based methods (including the use of primary and immortalized corneal endothelial cells) and in vivo experiments using mouse models of inherited corneal disorders. More information can be found at: https://www.uclahealth.org/eye/cornea-genetics


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