Neurophysiological basis of itch sensation: ion channels regulating
sensory neuron excitability as molecular targets for acute and chronic itch
A PhD in neuroscience, biomedicine, neuropharmacology, biophysics, or
related disciplines is required, as well as documented previous research work
experience.The candidate should have strong ability to work independently, independence in
planning, performing experiments and data analysis, full command of English, be selfmotivated,
goal-oriented and have a positive attitude.
It will be highly considered to have experience in establishing and/or maintenance of cell
cultures; molecular biology techniques (in situ hybridization, RNAseq); work with laboratory
and transgenic animals (certified title).
It will be desirable to have some experience in electrophysiological techniques (patch-clamp)
and molecular imaging techniques (functional imaging, fluorescence techniques).
DURATION AND SALARY:
2 years, gross salary € 35-40.000, based on experience
Potential candidates are requested before 22nd January 2023 to send inquiries a/o
a letter of interest explaining how they would fit, a CV, a record of their academic results and
the names of two references to: Dr. Xavier Gasull, firstname.lastname@example.org. The final recruitment will
follow the formal procedures stablished by FCRB/IDIBAPS according to spanish law.
Recruitment should be concluded by the end of January 2023/beginning of February.