The successful applicant will design, build, and characterize innovative optical instruments for fluorescence microscopy applications in Dr. Yao Chen's laboratory.
Research in the Padoa-Schioppa Lab investigates the neuronal mechanisms of economic decisions in non-human primates and mice. We combine complex behavioral tasks, state-of-the-art neurophysiological techniques and computational approaches.
The Bagnall lab is looking to recruit 1-2 postdoctoral researchers for the study of sensory-motor circuits. Our goal is to define the circuit maps and dynamic properties that underlie locomotion and posture. The lab uses a combination of techniques in larval zebrafish, including electrophysiology, behavior, computational modeling, serial-section electron microscopy, and genetics.
Dr. Valeria Cavalli's group is seeking a passionate scientist with background in omics data analysis to join their team.
This individual will work in the Cavalli Lab on projects aimed at understanding the multicellular mechanisms regulating peripheral sensory neuron function and dysfunction in injury and disease, in small animal and human model systems.
Neural Circuits and Behavior
The Han Lab is seeking a postdoctoral researcher to work on learning and memory in the hippocampus.
The Hiratani Laboratory seeks to uncover the fundamental principles underlying learning and computation in the brain from the interface between the brain and artificial intelligence.
The laboratory of Dr. Valeria Cavalli is seeking passionate scientists to join their team and contribute to our NIH-funded research projects on the multicellular mechanisms promoting axon regeneration in mouse and human models.
Two postdoctoral positions are available to investigate the role of neuromodulator actions and sleep functions in Dr. Yao Chen’s laboratory.
Dr. Cheng Huang’s laboratory in the Department of Neuroscience at Washington University in St. Louis is currently seeking a postdoctoral researcher to investigate the mechanisms of dopamine-mediated adaptive memory in the Drosophila brain.