|Henry Yin’s lab at Duke University seeks a motivated Postdoctoral Associate starting summer 2021. |
The ideal candidate should have a Ph.D. in neuroscience or related fields. Experience working with rodents is required, and expertise in electrophysiology, behavior, and data analysis is also highly desirable.
Responsibilities will include conducting mouse experiments using optogenetics and electrophysiology, stimuli creation, programming experiments, data collection and analysis, manuscript and grant preparation, and the supervision of students and research assistants.
This position has full benefits and salary will be determined based on current NIH scales. The initial appointment will be for one year, with renewal based on continuation of grant support and success in the position.
Review of candidates will begin seven days after the job posts to academic jobs online, until the position is filled. The start date is June 1, 2021, with some flexibility in the exact date.
Applicants should upload a curriculum vitae and contact information for three references through Academic Jobs Online. Only applicants that have applied through Academic Jobs Online will be reviewed. Applications will be reviewed on a rolling basis. If you are not able to upload your application materials or if letter writers would prefer to upload their letters directly, please complete your application and email those materials to Meghann Koffi at email@example.com to be uploaded manually.
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