Seeking an energetic brain slice electrophysiologist to work on a NIA funded project in a rat model of Alzheimer's disease. Opportunities are available to do in vivo recordings in awake behaving rats as well. Intracranial surgery experience is a plus, as well as an ability to perform rodent behavior.
This position is for a staff scientist who will be a long term researcher in the lab and will train PhD students and postdocs, help with data analysis, write manuscripts and assist Dr. McMahon in the preparation of federal grant applications. Looking for a self starter and a highly collaborative person who will bring energy to the lab group.
The Department of Neuroscience at MUSC is a highly collaborative and fun environment. Faculty have significant expertise in using in vitro and in vivo electrophysiology to study brain circuits in mouse and rat models.
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