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Postdoc - Behavioral Neuroscience

Binghamton University
Binghamton, New York
Starting at $56,880
Closing date
Dec 11, 2023

Job Details

A postdoctoral fellowship is available immediately in the laboratory of Dr. David Werner in the Department of Psychology at Binghamton University in Binghamton, NY. Dr. Werner’s lab studies intrinsic and extrinsic factors that contribute to alcohol use disorder and co-morbid psychopathology with a particular focus on sex-differences. To probe these questions, the Werner lab utilizes multiple molecular, genetic, biochemical and neuroanatomical approaches in combination with behavioral phenotypes.

We are looking for an outstanding, driven individual with a Ph.D in neuroscience, pharmacology, psychological sciences, or a related discipline who is interested in investigating factors that contribute to alcohol use disorder vulnerability in males and females. Preference will be given to candidates with experience in behavior and advanced molecular, imaging and statistical approaches, but having prior is not a requirement as this will be an integral part of the training. Strong writing and analytical skills are needed for grant-related publications. Candidates must be a legal U.S. resident or U.S. citizen.

The successful candidate will join a highly interactive neuroscience community within the Psychology Department, the NIAAA-funded P50 Developmental Exposure Alcohol Research Center (DEARC), the T32 Developmental and Neuroadaptations in Alcohol and Addiction (DNA2) Training Grant, and the Brain and Body Imaging Research Center (BBIRC) at Binghamton University.

Please submit a CV, personal statement including research/career goals, and contact for 3 references to Dr. David Werner, Ph.D (

Binghamton University, State University of New York, is an Equal Opportunity Employer for females, minorities, disabled, and veterans.



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