L'université d'Oslo, Institute of Basic Medical Sciences (département de Physiologie) recherche un chercheur enseignant en physiologie du développement (connaissance de l'anglais requise)
Annonce publiée le 4 février 2016
The post is a combined 50/50 research/teaching position at (formally) Associate Professor level. The salary is in the range 620-650000 NOK. Currently the NOK is weaker than usual I am sorry to say.Research: To work academically at postdoc level in my group at the division of Physiology, Institute of Basic Medical Sciences (IMB). In my Oslo-lab we are mainly running the Rice Vannucci model with short and long term survival, PCR, WB, immunohistochemistry, “classical neuropathology” and behavioural testing. We use “specle laser” for cerebral blood flow studies in the rat as well as aEEG. In the Bristol lab (I have a part time position in Bristol) we are mainly running newborn pigs (Hypothermia and Xenon).From previous studies there are a large amount of histological material available to be analysed, both from rats and pigs from different neuroprotective studies (cooling, xenon, hyperoxia and more). If the candidate is a medic or has appropriate experinece, there is also possible to write papers from our large clinical database of cooled infants. This enables working on papers before new data has been collected.In the Oslo lab, we are in the very beginning of looking into umilical stem cells in the Vanucci model in addition to our other neuroprotection studies. We ideally need a postdoc with experience in rodent work, preferably rat. Current PhD projects are 1) inflammation with different stimuli and hypothermic neuroprotection and 2)limitations of degree, delay and duration of temperature in relation to neuroprotection in the Vanucci model.The teaching commitments are in Physiology for the medical and dental curriculum (they are taught jointly for the first 2 years). Commitments will mainly be in small group teaching (arranged in the week of lectures about the subject), courses (like workphysiology, sensory physiology, developmental phsyiology). The candidate may teach in English or in a Scandianvian language.The candidate is expected to supervise the PhD fellows together with me.We have 1.5 position held by very experienced lab staff for experimental and histological workThe post has been created for 2 years due to increased teaching needs while we are running the old and new teaching curriculum at the same time. I also teach 50% myself. The post is available as soon as possible. Pls contact me for more information. I will supervise the teaching commitments for the candidate as I have been involved in the planning of the the curriculum as well been the head of teaching in Physiology.
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