The Woodin Lab is focused on understanding inhibitory synaptic function and plasticity. This current postdoctoral position is part of an international collaboration with the goal of identifying the inhibitory and excitatory synaptic plasticity that occurs during sensory experience to produce perceptual learning.
The initial appointment will be for one-year and is renewable for two additional years.
Applications for the position can be made by emailing a cover letter, resume, and the contact information for two academic references to Melanie Woodin at firstname.lastname@example.org
The ideal candidate will have expertise in electrophysiology, RNA-sequencing, and behaviour.
Internal Number: 001
About University of Toronto
The University of Toronto is an internationally recognized research institution, with an outstanding reputation for neuroscience research. The Woodin Lab is located in the Department of Cell and Systems Biology, where researchers work to understand these mechanisms at all levels of biological organization using a wide array of state-of-the-art molecular, genomic, proteomic, cell biological, imaging, physiological and computational tools and methods.