[Vacancies-Research] University of Warwick: Job Vacancy Advertisement: Research Assistant

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Listed below are details of a new Warwick job:

Research Assistant

Department of Biological Sciences


£23,556 - £26,523 pa

Fixed term for up to 3 years

A Research Assistant position is available in the laboratory of Dr Sonia Corrêa.
The study, funded by a BBSRC-NI project grant, aims to study the functional role
played by MAP kinase signaling pathway during the trafficking of AMPA receptors
during synaptic plasticity.

The project will utilise hippocampal primary cultures from wild type and MAPK
substrates knockout mice combined with a wide range of techniques, such as
antibody feeding, immunocytochemistry, confocal imaging, biotinylation assays
and western blotting to study changes in surface and internalised AMPA receptors
during basal condition and during synaptic plasticity.

You should have some experience of cell culture, immunocytochemistry, confocal
imaging and biochemistry. Molecular biological techniques expertise is also

Short-listed candidates will be expected to give a short presentation of their
previous research experience as part of the interview process.

Informal enquiries from appropriately qualified candidates can be made directly
to Dr. Sonia Corrêa (s.a.l.correa at warwick.ac.uk; tel +44 (0) 2476 523551)

See go.warwick.ac.uk/jobs/further_particulars/70544-070.doc
for further details of the post in Microsoft Word format.

See go.warwick.ac.uk/jobs/further_particulars/70544-070.pdf
for further details of the post in Adobe Portable Document Format (PDF).

For an application form, visit go.warwick.ac.uk/jobs/apply/procedure

An application form MUST be completed if you wish to be considered for this

Minicom users can call 024 7615 0554 if they require any further help.

Please quote job vacancy reference number 70544-070.

The closing date/time for applications is midnight (British time) at the end of
Tuesday 17 August 2010.

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