A Masters (MSc) research position for two years is available starting in July. The successful candidate will work on a project which aims to develop and validate a new, anatomically relevant model of post-surgical pain and use this model to assess the efficacy of standard and novel biomaterials-based analgesic approaches for the treatment of post-surgical pain.
Applicants should submit a covering letter explaining why you wish to pursue a research MSc and why you are specifically interested in this project, Full CV & details of three referees to [email protected] quoting “AP – 2011 – A1.
Candidates should hold, or expect to obtain, a first class or upper second class honours BSc degree in a relevant biology-based subject and have an interest in pursuing pre-clinical research into pain. Experience in one or more of the following would be advantageous but not essential as full training will be provided: Behavioural neuroscience; pre-clinical pain research models; surgery (stereotaxic or similar); histology; immunohistochemistry; stereology; functional biomaterials science. Candidates must be highly motivated and passionate about developing new models and products and have strong oral and interpersonal skills.The fellowship will cover fees & a stipend of ~15,000 euros per annum.
Recipient: National University of Ireland, Galway
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