The Ellwood Lab in the Department of Neurobiology and Behavior at Cornell University is seeking outstanding, driven applicants for postdoctoral positions in neuroscience.
The Ellwood Lab studies the effects of neuromodulators on cognition. We are particularly interested in the role of the prefrontal cortex (PFC) in flexible behavior and working memory and how these abilities are shaped by neuromodulator release. We use multi- and single-photon imaging mice, as well as optogenetics and methods from computational neuroscience and machine learning.
As we are systems neuroscience lab, we are primarily interested in candidates with extensive experience in neural recordings from populations of neurons in awake behaving animals; however, exceptional candidates with a background in engineering or physics are also encouraged to apply. Applicants must either have a Ph.D. or be nearing the completion of their doctorate in a relevant field.
Please send a CV (with publications), a research statement (< 1 page) and a list of three references to Ian Ellwood (email@example.com).
Ian T. Ellwood Assistant Professor Department of Neurobiology and Behavior Cornell University
Applicants must have a Ph.D. or be near completion of their doctorate.
Internal Number: 913358
About Department of Neurobiology and Behavior, Cornell University
The Department of Neurobiology and Behavior (NB&B) at Cornell University is renowned for its study of the relationship between animal behavior and neuroscience. The interests of our faculty and students span all levels of organization, from single neurons to complex circuits to whole organisms and societies thereof.