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Senior Research Scientist in the Franks Lab - Neural Circuits for Odor Coding

Duke University
Duke University, Durham
Competitive, commensurate with experience and expertise.
Closing date
Feb 18, 2024

Job Details

The Franks Lab investigates the function of neural circuits in the mouse olfactory system. We aim to understand how these circuits enable a mouse to detect, identify, localize, and remember odors.

We are searching for a Senior Research Scientist to join our team to lead a study examining the role of defined neuronal cell types in distinct odor-guided behaviors. You'll design and conduct cutting-edge experiments that involve multisite in vivo electrophysiology recordings in behaving mice.

 We are looking for candidates with a Ph.D. in neuroscience or a related field with a track record of peer-reviewed publications. Our ideal candidate possesses expertise in electrophysiology and quantitative data analysis tools. Facility with MatLab and/or Python is essential.

If you are passionate about neuroscience and possess the required qualifications, come join our team. We will offer a competitive salary and a highly dynamic and collaborative research environment.

To apply, submit your CV, a cover letter, and contact information for three references to [franks [at] neuro [dot] duke [edu].

Duke University is an Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity Employer committed to diversity.


Department of Neurobiology, Duke University

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