[visionlist] Washington University, Postdoctoral Fellow

Kefalov, Vladimir Kefalov at vision.wustl.edu
Thu Apr 20 17:45:38 GMT 2006

Postdoctoral Position in Photoreceptor Physiology


A postdoctoral position is available to study the physiological
properties of mouse photoreceptors. Seeking an energetic, highly
motivated PhD, MD, or MD/PhD with solid publication record and
experience in electrophysiology, biophysics, or neuroscience. Experience
in molecular biology is a plus and good analytical and communication
skills are essential. Possible projects include functional differences
between rod and cone photoreceptors, mechanisms of light adaptation of
cone photoreceptors, mutations in cone phototransduction proteins
causing visual disorders, and effects of aging on photoreceptors. The
specific project can be tailored to the interests and experience of the
candidate. For details on recent research see Neuron 46, 879-890, 2005;
Nature 425, 526-531, 2003; Neuron 29, 749-55, 2001. The successful
candidate will have access to state-of-the-art departmental core
facilities and the great research community in one of the best medical
schools in the nation. To apply, please send cover letter, curriculum
vitae, and list of references to: 


Dr. Vladimir Kefalov (kefalov at vision.wustl.edu
<mailto:kefalov at vision.wustl.edu> ) 

Ophthalmology & Visual Sciences 

Washington University School of Medicine

660 S. Euclid Ave, Box 8096

Saint Louis, MO 63110





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