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Ralph Loring Lab Assistant

Northeastern University, Huntington Avenue, Boston, MA, USA

Job Type

Part Time



About the Role

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The application criteria are as follows: (1) Willingness to work for more than one semester (2) Completion of Biochemistry and Anatomy & Physiology courses.

About the Company

Professor Loring's Lab investigates the role of cell-line-dependent chaperone factors, such as RIC3 and NACHO (also known as TMEM35), in alpha7 receptor assembly and expression. This lab also explores how nicotinic receptors affect STAT3 and NFkB signaling in nicotine-mediated anti-inflammatory effects in cell lines. Additionally, this lab is interested in finding other factors that allow the expression of multiple receptor subtypes. To learn more about this lab, please contact Professor Loring at

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