Positions are available to lead projects using electrophysiology and optogenetics in behaving rodents. Excellent, highly motivated individuals with a passion for neuroscience from medicine, physics, biology, computer science, engineering, math, psychology, and Sagol School of Neuroscience rotating students are encouraged to apply. We are looking for candidates with good communication and social skills and a desire to be part of a team effort. Good quantitative skills and signal processing / programming (Matlab) are highly valuable. Previous experience with electrophysiology, the auditory system and focal viral delivery will be advantageous.
Please send C.V. and names of referees to Yuval Nir at