New Post Doctoral Scholar position is available in the Division of Medical Oncology at the OSU Comprehensive Cancer Center to examine cellular and molecular mechanisms of neurocognitive injury related to cancer therapeutics including radiation and drugs. Dietary factors (e.g. alcohol and phytochemicals) or pharmaceuticals that can be used to prevent neurodegenerative injury will be studied in vitro and in rodent models. Efforts focus on the brain microenvironment, the role of communication among cell types, including the role of extracellular vesicles in modulation of inflammation, microglia activation, neurodegeneration and myelination /demyelination in health and disease models. The primary focus is on targeting glia pathogenic mechanisms including identification of microglia a
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