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Postdoc Fellowship - Debra Fadool Laboratory - Sensory Nutrition
Postdoctoral Fellowship - Sensory Nutrtion/Obesity - slice electrophysiology, genome editing, nanoparticles, oflactory behavior, viral track tracing
Two postdoctoral fellowships on our 30-year NIH Chemosensory Training Grant w/ mentored opportunity to train w 9 diff faculty preceptors. US Citizen.
Postdoctoral Fellow: Prenatal Alcohol and/or Opiate, development, neuroadaptations, anxiety
A postdoctoral fellowship is available immediately in the laboratory of Dr. Marvin Diaz in the Department of Psychology at Binghamton University in...
The Department of Physiology in the Medical College of Georgia at Augusta University invites applications for a tenure track faculty position
Postdoctoral Research Fellow or Research Scientist
This is a full-time job. A PhD degree from neuroscience, neurophysiology, or neuropharmacology is preferred. Master's is also welcome.
Postdoctoral associate (stem cell biology, neuroscience)
An NIH-funded postdoctoral position for a molecular neuroscientist/cellular biologist or stem cell biologist at Boston University
Postdoctoral researcher in Neuroendocrinology
Postdoctoral position available in the Piet lab to study reproductive neuroendocrinology using electrophysiology, optogenetics and circuit mapping
Postdoctoral Fellow in synaptic physiology and neurodevelopmental disorders
Postdoctoral position in Levine lab at the UConn School of Medicine in Farmington, CT focused on synaptic physiology and neurodevelopmental disorders
Postdoctoral fellowship in circuit mechanisms of emotional brain plasticity
Opportunities are available to explore how emotional experience modulates discrete cell types, circuits, and stimulus-specific neural ensembles.