A postdoctoral position is open in the laboratory of Dejan Zecevic at Yale University School of Medicine, Department of Cellular and Molecular Physiology, New Haven, Connecticut for a candidate with a recent PhD in either neuroscience or biophysics who has training in patch clamp electrophysiology and functional imaging in brain slices. The project involves mechanisms of signal integration at the level of individual dendritic spines investigated by a combination of patch electrode recording and stimulation, 2-photon glutamate uncaging, voltage-sensitive dye recording with organic and genetically encoded probes, monochromatic laser light excitation of voltage probes, and computer-generated holography patterned illumination based on spatial light modulator. The position is for 2 years. To apply, please send CV, a brief statement of research background and interests and contact information for 2 reference letters to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Recent PhD in either neuroscience or biophysics who has training in patch clamp electrophysiology and functional imaging in brain slices.
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