A funded postdoctoral associate position is available in the lab of Dr. Xuan (Anna) Li in the Department of Psychology at University of Maryland College Park. The Li Lab focuses on studying neural mechanisms of drug relapse and craving using rat models. We use a multidisciplinary approach and ask questions at the epigenetic, synaptic, circuit and behavioral levels. We are looking for motivated candidates to join our research program. Successful candidate will carry out research that bridges molecular and systems neuroscience. Please visit annalilab.org for more information about current research projects.
PhD in Neuroscience, Psychology or a related field (by the starting date)
Experience in rat models of addiction, biochemistry, molecular biology, chemogenetics, and/or neuroanatomy would be preferred.
Review of applications will start immediately and continue until the position is filled. The start date is flexible and the earliest start date is June 1st, 2018. Informal inquiry is encouraged.
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PhD in Neuroscience, Psychology or a related field
Experience in rat models of addiction, biochemistry, molecular biology, chemogenetics, and/or neuroanatomy would be preferred, but not required.