We are looking for an experienced postdoc joining our group and to perform in vivo electrophysiological (LFP; single unit) and optical recordings as well as manipulations of defined neuron types in mouse cortical networks to examine their role in behavior.
We offer a state-of -the art 2 Photon Imaging in vivo recording station, optogenetics, in vivo calcium imaging, transgenic animal models and viral vectors.
We further offer an internationally highly relevant scientific topic related to neuronal network function in the formation of memory and spatial learning.
Requirements: Suitable applicants should have ample experience in slice or in vivo electrophysiology as well as the ability to perform creative and independent research. Additionally, applicants should possess technical knowledge and be experienced in the handling of rodents. Applicants should hold a doctoral degree in physiology, neurobiology or related disciplines with a focus on neuroscience.
We are a young and highly motivated medium size team (~10 members) and offer an open intellectual exchange and discussions and supportive team work.
Position is available as soon as possible for 3 years. Please contact: Marlene Bartos for further details (University Freiburg; Institute for Physiology I; Systemic and Cellular Neurophysiology; 79104 Freiburg, Hermann-Herder-Str. 7, Germany; firstname.lastname@example.org)….