cquinn at eden.rutgers.edu
Sat Apr 1 00:27:40 EST 1995
Postdoctoral scientist needed to study the molecular
interaction of serotonin receptor function and alcohol.
The successful applicant will be an intelligent, hard
working individual with experience in whole-animal
pharmacology wishing to learn and develop molecular
approaches for the study of physiology and behavior.
The project involves cell culture technology, molecular
approaches to the study of neurotransmitter receptor
expression and function, and in vivo pharmacology, of
monoamine receptors. Position begins June 1, 1995, and
is funded for 3 years. Salary is highly competitive and
commensurate with experience. Mail or FAX a CV, cover
letter of research interests and career goals, and the
phone numbers/addresses of three references to Daniel E.
Benjamin, Ph.D. and Larissa A. Pohorecky, Ph.D.,
Division of Neuropharmacology, Center of Alcohol Studies,
Rutgers University, Piscataway, N.J. 08855,
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