A postdoc position is available immediately in the laboratory of Prof. Chunlei Liu at the University of California, Berkeley. The successful candidate will conduct research in the Helen Wills Neuroscience Institute in the area of cell modulation and neural circuitry. More information about the lab can be found at https://people.eecs.berkeley.edu/~chunlei.liu/.
Ion channel modulation
Relationship between neural circuitry and brain function
Role of glial cell in brain physiopathology
A PhD degree in neuroscience, molecular/cell biology or related fields.
Experiences in one or more of the following areas are desired: cell-type specific genetic targeting, imaging techniques (epifluorescence, confocal) for either in vitro or in vivo experiments, ion channels, cell cultures and animal models.
To apply, please submit:
Contact information of 3 references (Letters of reference may be requested of finalists)
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