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Location University of Sydney, Faculty of Pharmacy
App. deadline 10/10/2017
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Eligibility Open to international applicants

Engineered Extrasynaptic GABAA Receptors: Towards Novel Analgesics

We are an ion-channel pharmacology and drug discovery lab lead by A/Prof Thomas Balle, A/Prof Philip Ahring & Prof Mary Collins and we have recently secured a linkage grant titled : Engineered Extrasynaptic GABAA Receptors: Towards Novel Analgesics. We are currently looking for an enthusiastic PhD student with some lab experience to join us. This is a very unique opportunity as the PhD candidate will be able to obtain first-hand research experience in both academic and industrial settings. The suitable candidate will have the opportunity to spend part of his/her candidature in a biotech company in Denmark working with world-class researchers in a pharmaceutical company environment.

Any student who is enthusiastic and who is keen on learning a variety of practical techniques in the area of pharmacology and drug discovery, please have a look at the opportunity below:

To know more about the project and how to apply for this opportunity you can contact: A/Prof Thomas Balle or A/Prof Philip Ahring

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A/Prof Thomas Balle

A/Prof Philip Ahring