Postdoctoral Position, Stanford University, Department of Neurobiology
Stanford University School of Medicine
January 25, 2018
Full Time - Entry Level
Academic / Research
Are you a talented advanced PhD student, enthusiastic about science, and looking to take your passion to the next level in an exciting, uncharted, newly emerging field? Let’s talk! Postdoctoral positions are available at Stanford University, Department of Neurobiology, to study aspects of brain-wide neural communication underlying dynamic social interactions and its development in Rhesus Macaques and/or Marmosets. Our interdisciplinary laboratory operates in a highly collaborative community promoting scientific excellence and combines innovative state-of-the-art neural recordings and neural perturbation techniques, cellular imaging, game-theoretic and behavioral paradigms, with advanced computational and modeling methods.
The lab has open positions on a rolling basis with flexible start dates, from April 2018 on. We are looking for bright, highly motivated, detail-oriented team players. Experience in animal behavior and physiology /calcium imaging /programing /machine learning /computer vision is an advantage, but not required. Talented applicants from various backgrounds (prior experience with non-human primates is helpful but not necessary), with, or in the final year of a Ph.D. in Neuroscience/Engineering/CS/Psychology/related fields are encouraged to email Dr. Keren Haroush (email@example.com) with a short cover letter detailing their current/past research, what projects they’d like to work on at the lab, and their long-term career goal; as well as a CV, and the name, email and phone numbers of at least 2 academic references in a single pdf file. Please include your name and postdoctoral application on the email subject line. While merit fellowships are encouraged, three to five-year salary and benefits coverage are available. For further information, please refer to our website: http://neurobiology.stanford.edu/.
Stanford University is an affirmative action and equal opportunity employer, committed to increasing the diversity of its workforce. It welcomes applications from women, members of minority groups, veterans, persons with disabilities, and others who would bring additional dimensions to the university's research and teaching mission.