Post-doc, circuits and behavior
We are a dynamic laboratory working on Neural Circuits and Behavior at the Dept. of Neurobiology, Northwestern University in Evanston (Chicago). We use a combination of genetics, E-PHYS / 2Photon microscopy and quantitative behavioral analysis in Drosophila and other invertebrates to study how the brain processes sensory stimuli into simple, hard-wired behavior. We are now looking for creative and enthusiastic post-docs to join in the fun - no previous experience in insects required.
Check us out @: http://faculty.wcas.northwestern.edu/marco-gallio/
Please send application material (CV and short email cover letter) to:
(I will be around SfN2019 to potentially meet in person, email me directly)
Some EPHYS or imaging experience appreciated. No specific experience with Drosophila is required.