Position: Postdoctoral research fellow in the Dept of Anesthesia, Critical Care, and Pain Medicine, Massachusetts General Hospital, Boston, MA.
Research Topic: Ion channel pharmacology/anesthetic regulation of tandem pore potassium channels.
Project: 1) expression and biochemical purification of potassium channels; 2) single channel electrophysiologic analysis of purified wild-type and mutant potassium channels in planar lipid bilayer system.
Qualifications: MD, PhD, or equivalent degree. Prior experience in heterologous protein expression and purification, ion channel functional characterization, and basic molecular biology. Excellent verbal and written communication skills.
Supervisory Role: Guidance of research technicians and rotating students on this or related projects.
Salary: Per NIH Guidelines.
Internal Number: 12345
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