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research associate

GARY ASTON-JONES, PH.D. aston at HAL.HAHNEMANN.EDU
Mon Jan 4 10:48:13 EST 1993


Research Associate sought to record intracellularly from locus
coeruleus neurons in vitro and in vivo.  Strong experience with
intracellular and CNS in vitro techniques required.  Studies focus
on (i) afferent regulation of locus coeruleus neurons, (ii)
development of locus coeruleus and (iii) mechanisms of drug abuse
and withdrawal involving locus coeruleus.  Well-equipped,
dedicated lab among an interdisciplinary group of neuroanatomists,
neurophysiologists and behaviorists.  Extensive collaboration
potential.  Submission of grant applications for independent work
encouraged.  Submit vita to:
        Dr. Gary Aston-Jones
        Division of Behavioral Neurobiology
        Department of Mental Health Sciences
        Hahnemann University Medical School, M.S. 403
        Broad and Vine
        Philadelphia, PA 19102




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