A neuropharmacology research group at the University at Buffalo, Jacobs School of Medicine and Biomedical Sciences, is looking for a motivated scientist to join the group to study the neurobiology of pain and drug abuse. Candidates with a background in behavioral neuroscience, pharmacology, or psychology will be given special consideration. Experiences with rodent behavioral testing are also important.
Ideal candidates will be highly motivated and able to:
- Contribute to existing programs as well as to develop their own research program.
- Prepare manuscripts for peer-reviewed journals and assist in grant writing.
- Communicate study results in a public setting, such as conferences.
- Provide work coordination to technicians and guidance to graduate students as needed.
- Work collaboratively in a team-oriented environment, conceptualizing and prioritizing objectives and exercising independent judgment.
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