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Postdoctoral Position at The Robert H. Smith Faculty of Agriculture, Food and Environment, The Hebrew University of Jerusalem, Rehovot, Israel
The Neurobiology Of Insect Olfaction Lab in the Department of Entomology at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem (Rehovot campus) is seeking to fill a postdoctoral position for the production of insect-based biosensing elements for developing new hybrid biosensors for applied diagnostic applications.
An ideal candidate should have a background in pharmacology, biochemistry and electrophysiology. Interested applicants should send the following information to Jonathan Bohbot (email@example.com):
1. Cover letter with research interest statement and past experience
2. Full CV with publication list
3. Contact information of three references
Applicants should submit materials by November 30, 2019.
Postdoctoral Position at New York University, School of Medicine, New York, USA.
The Rinberg lab at NYU Medical School is seeking to fill multiple postdoctoral positions at the interface of computational systems neuroscience and advanced neurotechnology. We study how olfactory information is represented and processed in neural activity patterns, and how the brain extracts information relevant for behavior.
We are using wide-field and two-photon imaging, multiunit electrophysiology and behavioral experiments, in combination with theoretical approaches, to study how odors are represented at different stages of neural processing. To understand how spatiotemporal neural codes are read by the brain and evoke behavior, we are developing optogenetic pattern stimulation techniques, including 2P holography. Most of the projects are deeply rooted in theoretical approaches and statistical modeling. In addition, as an applied direction, we are developing bio-electronic nose, a universal, versatile, and sensitive chemical detector based on the mouse olfactory system. The lab has established strong collaborative links with multiple leading labs in theory, statistical methods, technology development, and genetics. This is an excellent opportunity for computationally and technologically inclined candidates to find their niche in-between developing cutting edge technologies and applying the technologies to fundamental scientific questions.
An ideal candidate should have a background in neuroscience, physics/engineering and math. Knowledge and experience in optics, imaging, multi-neuron physiology and computational methods are a big plus. Interested applicants should send a cover letter, CV to be e-mailed to firstname.lastname@example.org
For the research topics of our groups see: Link
Applicants should submit materials by December 31, 2019.
PhD Position in Sensory and Molecular Neuroscience,
Saarland University, Homburg, Germany.
We seek Ph.D. candidates to join a highly interactive and innovative team developing a comprehensive picture on the sense of smell and the detection of pheromones in the mammalian periphery and brain.
Our earlier work established state-of-the-art methods for confocal Ca2+ imaging, optical activation of ion channel, phenotyping of chemosensory cells, and the use of genetic methods to analyze social behavior in freely behaving mice. We are now positioned to combine these powerful techniques to define cellular and molecular networks in the hypothalamus and other brain regions to address long-standing questions regarding coding and how social behavior is controlled by these neurons. A particular focus will be on the function or TRP channels. There will be many opportunities for collaboration and expanding your own repertoires of technologies using our network of international collaborators. Ideally, we seek applicants with a strong background in Neuroscience, Physiology, Biophysics, or a related field. Funding is available immediately, so prompt applications are encouraged.
Apply by sending your curriculum vitae and a brief statement of research interest to Dr. Frank Zufall, Professor of Physiology, Center of Integrated Physiology and Molecular Medicine, Saarland University, 66421 Homburg, Building 48, Germany, Email: email@example.com
For the research topics of our groups see: Link
Applicants should submit materials by October 30, 2019.
Postdoctoral Position in Molecular Neuroscience,
Monell Chemical Senses Center, Philadelphia, PA, USA.
A Postdoctoral Researcher position is currently available in the Matsumoto Laboratory at the Monell Chemical Senses Center. The research will focus on the molecular mechanisms of taste cell turnover and characterizing a novel taste cell subset in mice. There will also be opportunities to expand the projects or develop a new line of research related to the ongoing project. The Matsumoto lab is highly collaborative and works closely with several Monell laboratories and researchers at other institutions. The postdoctoral researcher should expect to be a part of a stimulating intellectual environment.
Requirements include a Ph.D. or equivalent degree in molecular biology, genetics, neuroscience, physiology or related fields. A background in chemosensory research is not required; however, sufficient knowledge and expertise in molecular biology, developmental biology, biochemistry, genetics, physiology, and/or neuroscience are preferred. Prospective candidates who have different expertise are also encouraged to apply.
Applicants should submit 1) a cover letter with a statement of your research interest, experience, and career goals, 2) a C.V. including a full publication list, and 3) the names and contact information of 3 references via the website (https://apply.interfolio.com/59320).
Please feel free to contact Dr. Ichiro Matsumoto (firstname.lastname@example.org) with any questions about the position or potential projects.
Applicants should submit materials by April 30, 2019.
Postdoctoral Position in Sensory Neuroscience,
University of Miami, Florida, USA.
We seek a postdoctoral scientist to join a highly interactive and innovative team developing a comprehensive picture of how taste works in the mammalian periphery.
Our earlier work established a method for in vivo confocal Ca2+ imaging of first-order taste neurons (Nat Commun. 2015; 6:8171). Using single cell RNAseq, we have built a novel molecular taxonomy of first-order taste neurons (Nat Commun. 2017; 8(1):760). We are now positioned to combine these powerful insights to define the stimulus-evoked responses of molecularly identified geniculate ganglion taste neurons. The overall goals are to address long-standing questions (see Nat Rev Neurosci. 2017; 18(8):485-497) regarding coding, multi-modality and neuronal cell types, and how the peripheral neurons for taste connect with their peripheral and central targets.
The successful candidate will have advanced skills in two or more of: neuronal recording (e.g. Ca2+ imaging) and rodent surgery, molecular genetics, neuroanatomical tracing, in situ hybridization and immunostaining. S/he will have the opportunity to incorporate her/his skills and interests into the design of a project within the broad outlines of our research area. There will be many opportunities for collaboration and expanding your own repertoire of technologies. Ideally, we seek a recent Ph.D. in Physiology, Neuroscience or a related field. Funding is available immediately, so prompt applications are encouraged.
Apply by sending a brief letter of interest, c.v. with full bibliography (conference presentations may be included if desired), and the names of three references.
Please send all materials to Dr. Nirupa Chaudhari, Professor of Physiology & Biophysics, University of Miami Miller School of Medicine. Email: email@example.com
Applicants should submit materials by May 15, 2019.