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Multiple Postdoctoral Positions

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Posted: 6/23/2014
Job Title: Multiple Postdoctoral Positions
Employer: Laboratory of A. Kimberley McAllister, University of California, Davis
Description:

The McAllister laboratory at the Center for Neuroscience, UC Davis, is accepting applications for 2 fully funded, 3 year post-doctoral positions. The first position will study the mechanisms underlying the function of immune molecules in the developing brain and in mouse models of autism and schizophrenia. The recruit will join a collegial, collaborative and vibrant Center for Neuroscience studying the development and function/dysfunction of the CNS, with strengths in synaptic biology, neural development, and neurodevelopmental disorders. The positions are available immediately and are open until filled.

Requirements:

Experience in developmental neurobiology, immunology, and/or cell and molecular biology is preferred. The second position will use advanced imaging techniques and a novel long-term imaging assay developed in my lab to study the learning rules and molecular signaling pathways that underlie the formation, elimination, and stability of glutamatergic and GABAergic synapses. Experience in microscopy, optogenetics, physics, and computational neurobiology is preferred but not required.

Contact:

Interested candidates should send a CV, statement of research interests, and contact information for 3 references to kmcallister@ucdavis.edu.


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