The Princeton Neuroscience Institute (PNI) at Princeton University has research positions available at the postdoctoral or more senior research levels in the areas of neuroscience, psychology, molecular biology, biochemistry, physics, computer science, and genetics. An initial appointment is for one year with the possibility of renewal, based on satisfactory performance and continued funding.
Boulanger Lab - Contribute to developmental and degenerative disorders of the nervous system
The Boulanger Lab at the Princeton Neuroscience Institute is looking for a highly motivated candidate for a fully-funded postdoctoral or more senior position. The lab studies how immune proteins and cells participate in brain development and plasticity, and how brain-immune interactions contribute to developmental and degenerative disorders of the nervous system.
Interested applicants must apply using AcadHire listing 4041.
Berry Lab - Design new experimental approaches
The Berry Lab at the Princeton Neuroscience Institute is looking for a highly motivated candidate for a postdoctoral or more senior position. The lab has started new studies of temporal sequence processing in the visual cortex, in collaboration with the Tank Lab. We are currently seeking an exceptionally talented candidate with a Ph.D. in Neuroscience or other related fields, and a strong background in one or more of the following: optical imaging techniques, electrophysiology, optogenetics, animal behavior, techniques for the analysis of large data sets, or computational neuroscience. The successful applicant will be an energetic, organized, self-directed learner with superior oral and written communication skills, and a desire to learn, troubleshoot, and design new experimental approaches. Familiarity with Matlab or a comparable programming language is required.
Interested applicants must apply using AcadHire listing 1884.
Enquist and Engel Labs - Develop new non-toxic viral vectors to study brain connectivity and function
The Enquist and Engel laboratories at the Princeton Neuroscience Institute have a shared postdoctoral or more senior research associate position available. The laboratories are studying mammal neurotropic viruses and developing new non-toxic viral vectors to study brain connectivity and function. Talented and motivated candidates with knowledge of molecular biology, animal virology, BSL2 tissue culture and fluorescent microscopy are invited to apply. The successful applicant will have a Ph.D. in the life sciences, one or more first-author publications and be an organized, independent learner with outstanding oral and written communication skills. The term of this position is one year with the possibility of renewal contingent upon satisfactory performance and continued funding.
Interested applicants must apply at AcadHire listing 1841.
Hasson and Norman Labs - Develop new experimental setups and analysis tools
The Hasson Lab and Norman Lab in the Department of Psychology and Princeton Neuroscience Institute at Princeton University have a postdoctoral or more senior research position in intracranial EEG available. The position will be based on close collaboration with the epileptic unit at the NYU Langone Medical Center. The research position will focus on developing new experimental setups and analysis tools applied to address novel questions about the temporal scale of neural processing in real-life contexts. The ideal candidate will have a solid computational background, signal processing skills (MatLab) and experience either with iEEG or single unit methods. The candidate will be employed by Princeton University, but required to engage in regular visits to the NYU Langone Medical Center. For further information and informal discussions, please contact Uri Hasson at hasson[at]princeton[dot]edu and/or Ken Norman at knorman[at]princeton[dot]edu. The term of this appointment is one year, with the possibility of renewal based upon satisfactory performance and funding.
Interested applicants must apply at AcadHire listing 1461.
Wang Lab - Design equipment and perform experiments in systems neuroscience
A Professional Specialist is sought for studies of cell and network physiology in the animal neuroscience laboratory of Sam Wang at the Princeton Neuroscience Institute. The specialist will design equipment and perform experiments in systems neuroscience, with the scientific goal of performing optical investigations into the function of the cerebellum in animal models. The successful candidate will also provide technical expertise to other lab members, including the training of physiological methods and mentoring of scientific thinking and data analysis. This work requires a person at approximately faculty-level experience and publications. The initial term of this appointment is one year, with renewal contingent upon performance and funding. Essential Qualifications: PhD must be in a physical science, neuroscience, or related discipline. Five plus years of relevant post-PhD experience required. Experience in brain slices Experience in patch clamp electrophysiology, in vivo multiphoton optical imaging, and quantitative calibration of neural signals and fluorescence imaging.
Interested applicants must apply at AcadHire listing 1661.
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