This offer is for a 3-year project (with possible extension) investigating the underlying mechanisms of episodic memory and its content. The project includes in-vivo electrophysiological recordings and optogenetic manipulations. This project is tightly linked to independent subprojects involving high resolution Immediate-early gene imaging, 9.4T fMRI in awake rats and 7TfMRI in humans. The position is available from the 01.12.2022, flexible for the right candidate.
Qualification: The successful candidate will have expertise in in-vivo electrophysiology (single units and LFP recordings), behavioral techniques and be highly motivated by interspecies/interdisciplinary studies.The communication language of the lab is English. The group interacts tightly with the Neural Dynamics laboratory (PI M. Yoshida; in-vitro/vivo electrophysiology & computational neurosciences) as well as with national and international partners including S. Tonegawa (Boston, USA), S. Josselyne (sickkids, Toronto, CN), M. Witter (NTNU, Trondheim,NO), Csicsvary (IST, Austria), E. Duezel (DZNE Magdeburg, Germany) and M. Hoehnn (MPI Cologne, Germany). Candidates of all nationalities are encouraged to apply.
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