Job ID: 117650

Research Associate in Neuroscience Electrophysiology and Imaging

Position: Post-doctoral Position

Deadline: 20 February 2024

Employment Start Date: 15 March 2024

Contract Length: Approximately 30 months depending on start date

City: London

Country: United Kingdom

Institution: King's College London

Department: Wolfson Sensory, Pain and Regeneration Centre


This is an exciting opportunity to join an enthusiastic team investigating white matter damage occurring during low blood flow, which leads to dementia.

You will use ex vivo and in vivo electrophysiological and imaging techniques, to investigate white matter function changes that occur during decreased brain blood flow, oxygenation and metabolism.

You will work with mice, design and conduct your own experiments and analyses, and present your work in a variety of formats, including writing up your results for publication in peer-reviewed journals.

You will be educated to doctoral level in neuroscience or a closely related discipline, with relevant experience in some aspects of the project.

You will work in a team alongside PhD students, and in close collaboration with Professor Catherine Hall’s lab at the University of Sussex.

 This post will be offered on a full-time, fixed-term contract until 31st August 2026.