- This UKRI-funded post provides an opportunity to join University of Bristol/RIKEN Center for Brain Science collaborative project using a suite of electrophysiological, behavioural, and inducible genetic methods to perform systems-level analysis of memory mechanisms.
- The post will initially be based in Bristol, but incorporates exciting opportunities to work with the team in Japan.
- The successful candidate must hold a PhD (awarded or imminent) in a neuroscience-related discipline. Experience of multi-channel neurophysiological recordings and analyses is preferable. The project is centred on study of limbic-cortical interactions in mouse models, but candidates will be encouraged to incorporate their own research experience and ideas. Candidates with expertise in optogenetics are particularly encouraged to apply.
Additonal Academic Requirements
No experience is required.
Additonal Experience Requirements
- Applicant should have experience of working in the following category(ies): Teaching & Academics
- Experience should include the following skills: Education/Training
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