Designing and implementing experiments critical to the lab, possibly including (but not limited to): molecular cloning, animal work, in vivo calcium imaging, and/or functional manipulations of neural circuits (e.g. optogenetics, chemogenetics).
Bachelor’s degree in one of the following (or related fields): biology, neuroscience, engineering, applied math, chemistry, computer science, and/or physics.
Significant experience in advanced techniques in neuroscience, such as behavior, immunohistochemistry and/or stereotaxic mouse surgery, as well as excellent organizational skills a plus
Significant experience in molecular biology a plus
Full-time, with a one-year minimum commitment.