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Postdoctoral Swartz Fellowship Positions in Theoretical and Computational Neuroscience at Yale

Yale University
New Haven, Connecticut
Closing date
Jan 6, 2023

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Postdoctoral Swartz Fellowship Positions in Theoretical and Computational Neuroscience at Yale University

The Swartz Program for Theoretical Neuroscience at Yale University invites applications for up to two postdoctoral positions in Theoretical and Computational Neuroscience, with flexible start date in 2022. Competitive candidates include those with a strong quantitative background who wish to gain neuroscience research experience. We especially encourage candidates with an interest in collaborating directly with experimental neuroscientists. The candidates will be expected to perform theoretical/computational studies relevant to one or more laboratories affiliated with the Swartz Program at Yale (Jessica Cardin, Michael Crair, Damon Clark, Jonathan Demb, George Dragoi, Thierry Emonet, Michael Higley, Joe Howard, Monika Jadi, Jamie Jeanne, Alfred Kaye, Liang Liang, Benjamin Machta, John Murray, Anirvan Nandy, Ilker Yildririm, Steven Zucker). Applicants will be encouraged to participate in neuroscience and quantitative biology community at Yale, including through the Wu-Tsai Institute ( and the Quantitative Biology Institute ( 

Candidates must hold a Ph.D. or equivalent degree by the time of beginning the fellowship. Please send a CV, selected (p)reprints, contact information for two or three references, and a statement of research interests including which laboratories at Yale are of interest. All application materials should be sent to the following e-mail address with "Swartz" in the email title: Review of applications will begin January 7, 2023 and continue until positions is filled. For any questions, please contact John Murray. Yale University is an affirmative action/equal opportunity employer. Yale values diversity in its faculty, students, and staff and especially welcomes applications from women and underrepresented minorities.


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