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Postdoctoral Researchers in Motor Cortical Function

Emory University
Emory University, Atlanta
$53,760 - $63,036 + benefits
Closing date
Dec 15, 2022

Job Details

The Jaeger lab at Emory University is looking to recruit a postdoctoral fellow to work on our NIH funded project in studying the cell-type specific function of motor and premotor cortex in mice.  The technical approaches will include optogenetics, and brain slice studies. A specific objective is to compare normal and Parkinsonian cortical cellular function.  The successful candidates will have prior expertise in rodent slice physiology and a strong background in data analysis.  Emory University provides a vibrant and supportive environment for postdoctoral training including grant writing workshops and teaching opportunities, as well as strong training in movement disorders.  The Atlanta location allows for affordable living conditions in a cosmopolitan setting with a world class airport. Compensation is dependent on prior experience and is aligned with the NIH NRSA schedule, with additional health insurance and other benefits. If interested & qualified, please contact


Emory University in Atlanta, GA, USA is a top-tier private Institution with an integrated basic science and medical school campus. Emory University is an equal opportunity/equal access/affirmative action employer fully committed to achieving a diverse workforce. Emory is ranked one of America's Best Employers by Forbes.

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