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POSTDOCTORAL RESEARCH ASSOCIATES

A Postdoctoral Research position is available in the Department of Anatomy and Cell Biology at the University of Illinois Chicago. This position of research scientist focuses on the development and application of scientific techniques to address the cause of the increased risk for Alzheimer’s disease in females who carry the APOE4 gene.

Individuals interested in pursuing their postdoctoral training in the LaDu Lab are welcome to check out our informational page or contact Dr. LaDu (mladu@uic.edu).

Position currently open

RESEARCH SPECIALIST/LAB MANAGER


Individuals interested in pursuing their postdoctoral training in the LaDu Lab are welcome to check out our informational page or contact Dr. LaDu (mladu@uic.edu).

Position currently open

GRADUATE STUDENTS

We are currently accepting graduate students who are interested in continuing their training in a cutting edge laboratory. Interested individuals should check out UIC's Graduate Program in Neuroscience (GPN) and/or the Graduate Education in (bio)Medical Sciences (GEMS) program with a concentration in Neuroscience. Interested applicants can also contact Dr. LaDu (mladu@uic.edu).

UNDERGRADUATES

We welcome undergraduates looking to gain research experience and who are willing to commit a minimum of 12-15 hours per week to the lab. Undergraduate students will learn basic lab techniques and assist with routine maintenance of the lab. They will then choose a senior lab member and work on their project to develop specific techniques. Finally, they will identify a project that is appropriate for their time commitment and skill-set. For more information or to apply visit the undergraduate research portal.

Contact Us

Mary Jo LaDu, PhD:

Office: 7091 COMRB

Office Telephone: (312) 355 4795

Email Address: mladu@uic.edu

Visiting Address:

University of Illinois at Chicago

College of Medicine Research Building

909 South Wolcott Street, Room 7068 M/C 512

Chicago, IL 60612 USA

Lab Telephone: (312) 355 0386

If you would like to support the LaDu Lab, please click the "donate" button to contact Lea Smucker in the Department of Anatomy and Cell Biology