We are seeking a highly motivated and enthusiastic post-doctoral researcher to join our team at Neurosciences Paris Seine (IBPS-UPMC-Sorbonne Universités). Using electrophysiological recordings and optogenetics in behaving mice (real or virtual environments), our lab investigates the neuronal dynamics underlying memory and spatial cognition with a particular interest on hippocampus and cerebellum interactions. Convergent evidences point towards an anatomo-functional link between these two structures in different species, including rodents. However, the physiological substrate of this communication remains unexplored.
Candidates should have a strong background either in neurophysiology, signal processing analysis or computational neuroscience. Knowledge about hippocampus and/or cerebellum physiology would be a plus. The position opens in May 2016. The candidates must hold a PhD for less than 5 years. Candidates should send a resume and the names of two references to Dr. Laure Rondi-Reig before April 1st (firstname.lastname@example.org)
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