Job #: G344
Posted Date: January 3, 2019
Closes On: Open Until Filled
Job Title: Postdoctoral Position - Systems Neurobiology Laboratory, Dr. John Reynolds
Status: Regular Full Time
Benefits Eligible: Yes
Laboratory/Department: Systems Neurobiology Laboratory
The long-range goal of the laboratory is to understand the neural mechanisms of selective visual attention at the level of the individual neuron and the cortical circuit, and to relate these to perception and conscious awareness.
A postdoctoral position funded by the NIH is immediately available in the laboratory of Professor John Reynolds at the Salk Institute. The postdoctoral fellow will work with Dr. Reynolds on a collaborative project involving experimentalists (Reynolds and Mark Histed, NIH) and theoreticians (Ken Miller, Columbia University; Nicolas Brunel, Duke) in which we will combine optogenetics, computational modeling, multi-electrode electrophysiology, and visual psychophysics in behaving mice and non-human primates to pursue research questions concerning the relationship between neural activity and visual perception.
The position is fully funded for two years, with the potential for extending funding upon successful completion of initial project goals.
PhD in related field
Applicants should send their CV and contact details of two referees to Sally Ganley email@example.com .
Overlooking the Pacific Ocean, the Salk Institute offers a warm, collegial and collaborative work environment. The Institute consistently ranks among the leading research institutions in the world for its faculty's contributions and the impact of their findings. The Institute has trained more than 2,000 scientists, many of whom have gone on to positions of leadership in other prominent research centers worldwide.
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