Seeking a postdoctoral fellow or research associate with experience in one or more of the following areas to study the brain circuits which wake us up and those which promote sleep in mice.
1) Single-cell transcriptomic approaches (RNA-seq);
3) In vitro electrophysiology;
4) Optogenetics, chemogenetics.
Training in sleep research and a variety of cutting-edge molecular, genetic, electrophysiological and behavioral techniques is available. Please email me a CV, the contact details of three references and a short cover letter/email if interested.
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