University College London
The BBSRC-funded studentship is to investigate the role of calcium channel alpha2delta subunits in calcium channel trafficking, their relationship to disease and the mechanism of action of the gabapentinoid drugs which bind to these subunits.
The techniques used may involve electrophysiology, confocal imaging, biochemical techniques and gabapentin binding assays.
Informal enquiries for further details to Prof. Annette Dolphin, tel. 44-(0)207-679-3276, firstname.lastname@example.org, or see:
Please send c.v. to
Dept Pharmacology, University College London, Gower St., London WC1E6BT.
Short-listed candidates only will be notified
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