Resource:Gladstone Institute of Neurological Disease
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GIND provides a highly interactive academic environment and state-of-the-art research facilities that are ideal for training in neuroscience and biomedical research. GIND Investigators hold university appointments at UCSF and participate in educational activities, including the teaching and training of graduate students and postdoctoral fellows. Additionally, GIND is actively engaged in efforts to translate scientific discoveries into better treatments for major diseases of the nervous system.
|Resource Type(s):||institutional portal, job, training|
|Keywords:||biomedical, disease, nervous system, neuroscience, research, treatment|
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GIND provides a highly interactive …
sity of California at San Francisco.
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|Has role||Institutional portal +, Job +, and Training +|
|Keywords||Biomedical +, Disease +, Nervous system +, Neuroscience +, Research +, and Treatment +|
|Label||Resource:Gladstone Institute of Neurological Disease +|
|ModifiedDate||13 October 2010 +|