Postdoc position in neurophysiology – Molecular Biology is available immediately at the UT MD Anderson Cancer Center.
Project description: Studies using in vitro & in vivo preparations of the rodent spinal dorsal horn and/or dorsal root ganglion & on in vitro studies of human DRG neurons to investigate the cellular mechanisms of pain, injury-induced spinal sensitization & hyperalgesia.
Main research areas:
- A current key focus is on mechanisms of the chemotherapy-induced neuropathic pain.
- Complementary studies in human patients can also be incorporated.
Who can apply / Eligibility:
- Candidates with a Ph.D. degree
- with molecular biology, in vivo or in vitro neurophysiology, and neurochemistry are encouraged to apply.
Fellowship/ Benefits: Salary and benefits are very competitive and will be commensurate to the level of experience.
How to Apply: Please forward a C.V. with at least 2 references to:
Patrick M. Dougherty, Department of Pain Medicine, The University of Texas M.D. Anderson Cancer Center, email to, firstname.lastname@example.org
Employer: UT MD Anderson Cancer Center
Country: Houston, Texas (US)
Salary: Salary and benefits are very competitive and will be commensurate to the level of experience.
Subject / Discipline: Life Sciences, Molecular Biology, Cell Biology, Physiology, or related discipline
Position Type: Full Time