This Research Assistantship is based at Stockholm University’s Research Institution and Department: Science for Life Laboratory, Department of Biochemistry & Biophysics. This research group is interested in electrical signaling through brain proteins, including its alteration by drugs such as alcohol and anesthetics. They use electrical recordings, structural biology, and molecular simulations to investigate the structure-function basis of drug action.
As a Research Assistant, you can advance your knowledge within the natural or health sciences. Matched with a Stockholm-based research institution and a mentor, you participate in existing research and spend on average 20 hours per week developing your clinical or laboratory skills. You should have an interest in multidisciplinary collaboration and communication, particularly at the interface of laboratory and computational methods.
Related Discipline(s)This course would also be of interest to the following discipline(s):
Neuroscience, Public Health