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].
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