Postdoctoral Fellowship in Neuroscience

Greg.Stuart at anu.edu.au Greg.Stuart at anu.edu.au
Tue Dec 16 22:33:25 EST 1997


Division of Neuroscience
John Curtin School of Medical Research
Australian National University
Canberra, Australia


Postdoctoral Fellow
(available from 1/1/98)



A Postdoctoral Fellowship is available to work on the active and passive
properties of cortical pyramidal neurons in brain slices using
patch-clamp recording together with various imaging techniques. The main
focus of the work will be to further the understanding of how cortical
pyramidal neurons translate synaptic inputs into a neuronal output.

Appointment: two years with the possibility of extension to three years.
The appointment is funded externally by a Wellcome Trust grant.

Enquires: Dr Greg Stuart. Telephone: 61-2-6279-8927; Fax: 61-2-6249-2687;
Email: Greg.Stuart at anu.edu.au

Further particulars including the selection criteria should be requested
from the School Secretary, John Curtin School of Medical Research, Email:
school.secretary at jcsmr.anu.edu.au, Phone : 61-2-6279-8306

Salary: $36,942-$44,579 (AUS)

Closing Date: 30 January 1998

Ref: JC9719

Applications: addressing the selection criteria should be submitted in
duplicate to the Secretary, Australian National University, Canberra ACT
0200, Australia, quoting reference number and including curriculum vitae,
list of publications and name of at least three referees. The University
has a "no-smoking" policy in all university buildings and vehicles.



Recent Publications:

Stuart, G., Spruston, N., Sakmann, B. & Häusser, M. (1997) Action
potential initiation and backpropagation in neurons of the mammalian
central nervous system, TINS 20, 125-131.

Stuart, G., Schiller, J. & Sakmann, B. (1997) Action potential initiation
and propagation in rat neocortical pyramidal neurons. J. Physiol. 505,
617-632.

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