PhD position in cortical inhibitory microcircuits (Paris Brain Institute)

Summary: Our research mainly focuses on the cellular physiology of various elements of cortical microcircuits, the properties and plasticity of their synaptic connections and their contribution to the generation of various cognition-relevant network activities. Through our collaborators, we also study cortical circuit deficits in several animal model of brain disease. We use a combination multi-disciplinary […]

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New Team Leader in the field of Neuroscience and Animal Behavior (Toulouse, France)

Summary The CBI is seeking a new talented group leader, at junior level, addressing fundamental questions within the spectrum of the research field of the CRCA. This call covers a wide range of topics such as experience-dependent plasticity of neural circuits and/or behaviour, pre- and/or post-natal development of the nervous system, cognitive process, mechanisms of […]

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Lecturer in Psychology x6 Posts (School of Psychology at Sussex)

Summary: The School of Psychology is looking to recruit six faculty members at Lecturer level, with expertise in research areas that complement existing strengths in the School of Psychology.  The School has seen substantial growth over the past five years and we are recruiting excellent candidates to join our motivated, energetic, and ambitious faculty, contribute to […]

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PHD on tasting and control of food intake in Alzheimer’s disease (université de Bourgogne – Dijon)

Summary The few studies on taste in patients with Alzheimer’s disease (AD) observed an early gustatoryimpairment through subjective gustatory tests. These gustatory disorders could be linked to adegeneration of the gustatory cortex or to agnosia. Gustatory performances in patients with mildcognitive impairment (MCI) or dementia were lower than those in healthy controls. A positivecorrelation between […]

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PhD-student in cellular neuroscience (cell biology, super-resolution & live-cell imaging)

Summary: You will be working as a PhD candidate on “the axon initial segment: a checkpoint in neuronal communication”, at the department of Functional Genomics, at Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam (VU). Communication in the brain relies on the ability of neurons to generate electrical signals. The generation of action potentials occurs at a specialized axonal compartment; […]

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Postdoctoral Research Scientist position at Columbia University-New York

Summary: Our laboratory uses mouse genetic tools in an effort to understand the biology that underlies the symptoms of schizophrenia. Schizophrenia is characterized by three symptom clusters: the cognitive, negative and positive symptoms. While the positive symptoms – which include disordered thought processes, hallucinations and delusions – are the most characteristic feature of the disorder, […]

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Postdoctoral Research Associate positions (Ikezu Lab at Mayo Clinic Florida, USA)

Summary: The Molecular NeuroTherapeutics Laboratory directed by Dr. Tsuneya Ikezu MD., PhD, is seeking for applications from qualified postdoc candidates with expertise in neuroscience, extracellular vehicles andmolecular biology for the translational studies of neurologic disorders.Dr. Ikezu is recognized as a pioneer in the field of neuroimmunology and its role in the progression of neurodegenerative diseases […]

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Two PhD studentships in circuit and behavioural neuroscience at the Mediterranean Institute of Neurobiology (INMED), Marseille, France

Summary: The focus of the lab is exploring the interactions between internal models and sensory information. Specifically, we study how long-range connections steer activity in the visual cortices using electrophysiology (Galloni et al. 2020), viral tracing, optogenetics (Galloni et al. 2021), in vivo recordings and behaviour. The studentships are fully funded for 3 years by […]

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Postdoctoral position in circuit and behavioural neuroscience at the Mediterranean Institute of Neurobiology (INMED) Marseille, France

Summary: The focus of the lab is exploring the interactions between internal models and sensory information. Specifically, we study how long-range connections steer activity in the visual cortices using electrophysiology (Galloni et al. 2020), viral tracing, optogenetics (Galloni et al. 2021), in vivo recordings and behaviour. Neuroscience research in Marseille is broad, diverse, and therefore […]

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Junior Chair in Computational Neuroscience, University Lyon 1 (UCBL), France

The University Lyon 1 (UCBL) will open a Junior Chair in Computational Neuroscience. The selection process should start by the end of the year 2022/early 2023. The Lyon neuroscience community and the University are highly motivated to support and sustain this position. It will be accompanied by a starting package for research and post-doc/PhD salaries. […]

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