A postdoctoral position is available in the field of Neurophysiology under the supervision of Dr. Ami Citri. The Citri lab is using state of the art electrophysiological, behavioral and viral tracing and perturbation tools, in-vivo and ex-vivo, to study the function of the claustrum. The successful candidate will join a project studying the function of the claustrum, using a variety of in-vivo electrophysiological and optical approaches in behaving mice, or study the neuromodulation of the claustrum and rules governing its communication with cortical structures utilizing in-vivo manipulations and ex-vivo whole-cell slice physiology.
1. Students in an accredited institution of higher education whose PhD training and postdoctoral projects are in the field of Brain Sciences.
2. Students whose Doctoral degree has been submitted in the current year of applying or will be approved by the following year.
3. Prospective applicants are required to have a host from the ELSC’s PIs
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About The Edmond and Lily Safra Center for Brain Sciences
The Edmond and Lily Safra Center for Brain Sciences (ELSC), part of The Hebrew University of Jerusalem, is revolutionizing neuroscience research. ELSC aims to develop a thriving interface between theory and experiments across levels - cognitive, biological, and computational neuroscience, paving the way to innovative discovery in brain research.