PhD at the Queensland Brain Institute

The Neural Migration Laboratory, headed by Professor Helen Cooper, investigates the molecular signalling pathways regulating neural stem cell activity, neuronal differentiation and migration, and synapse formation in the developing brain. In this PhD project we will explore how autism genes function in stem cell renewal, neurogenesis and synapse formation using both mouse and pluripotent stem cell models.

To discuss this role and for further information, please contact Professor Helen Cooper (This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.).

Postdoctoral Fellow, The Bolding Lab 

The Monell Chemical Senses Center, founded in 1968, is the world’s first nonprofit scientific institute devoted exclusively to basic research on the chemical senses: taste, smell, and chemosensory irritation is looking for a Postdoctoral Fellow to carry out large-scale electrophysiological and optogenetic studies. More >

Postdoctoral Position in Circuit and Behavioural Neuroscience, Mediterranean Institute of Neurobiology (INMED)

We are looking for a motivated, inquisitive, and adventurous postdoctoral fellow to join our recently established laboratory at the Mediterranean Institute of Neurobiology (INMED) in Marseille, France. More >

2 x PhD Studentships in Circuit and Behavioural Neuroscience, Mediterranean Institute of Neurobiology (INMED)

We are looking for two motivated, inquisitive, and adventurous PhD students to join our recently established laboratory at the Mediterranean Institute of Neurobiology (INMED) in Marseille, France. More >

Postdoctoral Positions in Neuroscience, Washington University

Do you want to illuminate the “dark matter of the brain” by watching neuromodulators and their intracellular effectors in action? Do you wonder why we spend a third of our life sleeping? Do you seek to become a bridge builder between cellular and systems neuroscience? Two postdoctoral positions are available to investigate the role of neuromodulator actions and sleep functions in Dr. Yao Chen’s laboratory in the Department of Neuroscience at Washington University in St. Louis.
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