Postdoctoral Opportunity in In vivo Chemical Imaging
January 24, 2018
Full Time - Experienced
Academic / Research
An NIH-funded postdoctoral position is available immediately in the Clark Lab at Northeastern University to perform in vivo imaging of neural communication. The project aims to develop and use novel fluorescent sensors to image acetylcholine release in the peripheral nervous system of mice. The candidate must be proactive and excited to develop novel methodologies for in vivo imaging. Experience with handling mice is a plus as well as some imaging experience. Please contact email@example.com for more information.
Qualifications & essential functions: PhD degree in bioengineering, biology, or a related field. Expertise in at least two of the three areas: - Fluorescence imaging of cellular signaling or in vivo processes - Optical microscopy - Animal handling
Internal Number: STFP007562
About Northeastern University
Since 1898 Northeastern University has been edifying students in Boston and beyond. The school enrolls roughly 20,000 students who hail from all 50 states and 125 countries around the world. Its nine colleges (and 1,000 faculty members) offer 100 undergraduate programs and 170 graduate programs in areas such as the arts, business, engineering, and law. Northeastern has a student-teacher ratio of about 15:1. Its highly-regarded cooperative education program integrates classroom learning with real-world experience; students typically alternate between school and paid full-time work, and leave with up to two years of professional experience.