APPLICATION CLOSING DATE: November 13th 2021
The Human Technopole Foundation is looking for the Manager of the Electrophysiology Support Unit.
The successful candidate will report directly to the Head of the Centre for Neurogenomics.
S/he will be responsible for developing, maintaining and constantly evolving a research support unit performing state of the art electrophysiological recordings and related functional assays in animal models (both in vivo and ex-vivo), human ex-vivo models, in vitro brain organoids, xenografted brain organoids and iPSC-derived neurons.
Strong emphasis will be put on the interaction of functional characterization of neuronal activity with matched genomics and imaging profiling, establishing integrated flows with the Genomics and Light Imaging Facilities.
S/he will also be expected to contribute to the development of new protocols and the rapid standardization/implementation of new approaches such as 3DMEA, mesh nanoelectronics devices, patch-seq, and in situ electro-sequencing 3D. New methodologies are expected to derive from the collaborative interactions within the Centre for Neurogenomics and other groups at HT or in collaborating institutions.
The Manager of the Electrophysiology Support Unit, will:
The role will be based in Milan.
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