Postdoctoral Research Position: Neurophysiology in vitro, Marseille, France

A postdoctoral position is available with Dr. Dominique Debanne at

INSERM U641, Marseille, France(,89-).

Applicants should have solid experience of in vitro electrophysiologica l recording techniques (patch-clamp) and, analysis of synaptic transmission and neuronal excitability. The successful applicant will combine multiple electrophysiologica l measurements, neuronal transfection, pharmacology and dynamic-clamp in brain slices to study the function and plasticity of hippocampal GABAergic networks in the context of epilepsy.

Eligibility: PhD with excellent training in electrophysiology. Knowledge or experience in neuronal transfection (gene-gun, viral transfection) and imaging techniques would be highly desirable without being mandatory.

Duration: Post
funded by ANR (starting 1st April 2010, 24
months with a possible extension).

Salary: 24
150EUR / year net

Selected Publications of the Team:
Debanne et al. (2008) Nature Protocols 3: 1559-1568
Campanac et al. (2008) J Neurosci 28: 8635-8643
Campanac & Debanne (2008) J Physiol 586: 779-793
Boudkkazi et al. (2007) Neuron 56: 1048-1060
Carlier et al. (2006) J Physiol 577: 141-154

Applicants should submit a CV and two references to:

Dr. Dominique Debanne
INSERM U641 - Neurobiologie des Canaux Ioniques
Faculté de Médecine- Secteur Nord
Université de la Méditerranée
Boulevard Pierre Dramard
F-13344 Marseille cedex 15

Tel: +33 (0)4 91 69 87 45
Fax: +33 (0)4 91 09 05 06
e-mail: dominique.debanne@


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