Addiction research group seeks highly motivated personnel to engage in a multifaceted approach. The main aim of our laboratory is to elucidate the mechanisms by which prenatal ethanol exposure and others teratogenic agents alters the function of serotonin system.
Research will encompass the use of electrophysiological, pharmacological and behavioral approaches in rat model of fetal alcohol spectrum disorders.
Specific duties include:
- Working with rodents, animal care.
- Running of behavioral and electrophysiological experiments
- Preparation of brain tissue slices
- Assistance with general laboratory management and maintenance of a safe working research environment.
The candidate should be familiar with computers, and the use of Microsoft Office Software and PowerPoint. The successful candidate will work under the direction of senior research personnel.
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