The Experimental Anaesthesiology Charité – Campus Benjamin Franklin in Berlin, is looking for candidates with enthusiasm and interest in mechanisms and treatment of pain.

The group performs translational research on inflammatory and neuropathic pain and its control by opioids and neuro-immune interactions.

The successful candidate will participate in collaborative projects on stem cell-derived organoids (with Columbia University New York) and on conformational dynamics of G-protein coupled receptors and consequent intracellular signaling (with Zuse Institute Berlin; Max-Delbrück Centrum; Excellence Cluster Math+).

Experience in molecular biology, mutagenesis, fluorescence resonance energy transfer, binding and/or electrophysiological techniques is desirable.

The researcher will benefit from a vibrant scientific environment and modern core facilities including access to high-speed supercomputers, fluorescence-based, electrophysiological and behavioral methods.

Applicants should hold a PhD or equivalent degree in pharmacology, biology, medicine, neuroscience or related fields. Strong research motivation, productivity, the ability to work both independently and as a team member, and proficiency in English language are critical.

The position is available from September 2019 for 2 years (with possibility of extension).

Salary is according to E13.

Please send a statement of your research interests, CV, and names of two references to:

Prof. Dr. Christoph Stein
Experimental Anaesthesiology Charité – Campus Benjamin Franklin
Hindenburgdamm 30
D-12200 Berlin, Germany
Christoph.stein@charite.de

For further information, please visit: https://experimentelle-anaesthesiologie.charite.de/en/

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