The Rossi lab in the Child Health Institute of New Jersey at Rutgers University is hiring postdocs and research assistants to work on funded projects investigating the role of hypothalamic brain circuits in feeding and obesity in rodents. We use a variety of techniques, including in vivo calcium imaging, slice electrophysiology, and behavioral assays to study the interactions between diet and brain physiology.
We are looking for curious and motivated individuals to join our group in researching how the lateral hypothalamic area orchestrates feeding via long range inputs and outputs in health and disease. The ideal postdoc candidate has experience in rodent behavior, calcium imaging, phsyiology, coding, or in vivo manipulations. Research assistants should have experience working with rodents. More information about our ongoing projects can be found at www.markrossilab.org
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