Tenure Track Faculty Position in Opioid and/or Adrenergic Molecular Pharmacology
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Application Deadline: 02/17/2014
The Regional Center for Neurosensory Disorders (http://www.cnsd.unc.edu), is inviting applications for a faculty position in the area of opioid and/or adrenergic molecular pharmacology with an emphasis on the molecular basis of opioid and/or adrenergic mediated analgesia. The successful applicant will have an opportunity to work with an established group of senior and junior level scientists and clinicians within the Center for Neurosensory Disorders, the Computational and Experimental Biophysics unit (http://danger.med.unc.edu/), the Department of Pharmacology (http://www.med.unc.edu/pharm/) and McGill University’s Alan Edwards Centre for Pain Research (http://painresearchcenter.mcgill.ca/). Duties will include the development of an independent research program that is integrated within the Regional Center for Neurosensory Disorders.
PhD in an area thematically related to the neurobiology and/or neuropharmacology of opioid and/or adrenergic analgesics and related molecular targets.
Qualification and Experience:
The successful applicant must either have NIH grant support (K-series or R-series) or must be qualified to apply for such grants. Special consideration will be given to applicants who have an established research program and a strong history of collaborative research.
Department Contact Name: Paulette Pauley, Division Manager
Department Contact Telephone or Email: 919-537-3282 / firstname.lastname@example.org
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