The New York University Oral Cancer Center and Bluestone Center for Clinical Research seeks to appoint an assistant professor on the tenure track in the field of chronic pain and itch. Applications from candidates with interests in trafficking and signaling of G protein-coupled receptors and the development of novel therapies for chronic pain and itch are particularly welcome.
Phd Neuroscience; Bachelor Molecular Biology. Candidates should have experience and interests in studying signaling in model systems and primary neurons, and examining pain and itch in preclinical models. Evidence of scholarly accomplishments, including publications in leading scientific journals, is a requirement for this position.
NYU offers an excellent benefits package. Salary will be commensurate with credentials and experience. Candidates should apply through Interfolio and upload a curriculum vitae and letter of interest to: Dr. Brian Schmidt.
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