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Postdoc position: “Brain network mechanisms underlying spatial cognition”
A postdoc position is available at the Department of Computational Neuroscience at the Max Planck Institute for Biological Cybernetics to work with Dr Oxana Eschenko on brain network mechanisms underlying spatial cognition.
Application deadline: 31 May 2023.
Two tenure-track Faculty positions in Cognitive Science/Neuroscience
Two tenure-track Faculty positions in Cognitive Science/Neuroscience are available at the Faculty of Psychology – University of Coimbra, Portugal – co-funded by the ERA Chair project CogBooster led by Dr. Alfonso Caramazza.
Ph.D. position at University of Tübingen
We are looking for a highly motivated and enthusiastic PhD candidate to join our research team at the Institute of Medical Psychology and Behavioral Neurobiology (Prof. Jan Born, University of Tübingen, Germany) in the field of sleep and memory research. The project will involve studying the neural mechanisms underlying synaptic plasticity during sleep, using in vivo two-photon imaging in mice.
Assistant Professor in Behavioural Neuroscience
The Department of Psychology at Durham University seeks to appoint up to two talented individuals to the role of Assistant Professor in the field of Behavioural Neuroscience. This post offers an exciting opportunity to make a major contribution to the development of internationally excellent research and teaching while allowing you unrivalled opportunities to progress and embed your career in an exciting and progressive institution. For more information, please visit our Department pages at https://www.dur.ac.uk/psychology/
The department is keen to recruit people conducting research in the field of Behavioural Neuroscience with an emphasis on the use of animal models to investigate the neural basis of psychological processes. The department currently has strengths in the behavioural neuroscience of learning and memory in rodents. Research is supported by the Life Sciences Support Unit, which houses excellent facilities for in vitro and in vivo research in rodents. Behavioural facilities include automated testing boxes, a 2-m diameter water maze, virtual reality and dry mazes. Furthermore, we have outstanding facilities for single unit recording, surgery and histological analyses. We are keen to hear from applicants across the broad field of behavioural neuroscience. Successful candidates could, however, complement our current strengths in research themes (e.g., spatial cognition, associative learning, timing and episodic memory) or techniques.