Positions are available for creative and motivated individuals who want to understand the synaptic and cellular bases of auditory perception. Our primary techniques are patch-clamp electrophysiology and 2-photon imaging in brain slices and in behaving mice.
You should have a Ph.D. and/or M.D., a passion for scientific discovery, and experience with patch-clamp electrophysiology, 2-photon imaging and/or acoustics/auditory psychophysics. A detail-oriented, quantitative mindset and experience with scientific programming is critical.
Please send an email with your CV, a few sentences stating your career goals, and contact info for 3 references to email@example.com. Competitive applicants will also be encouraged to apply to the Michigan Life Sciences Fellowship, which offers a $60,000 dollar/year stipend and $25,000 of independent research funds.
Rotations are available for Ph.D. students enrolled in physiology or neuroscience graduate programs at University of Michigan. Please contact Pierre directly.
Opportunities may be available Summer 2019 for exceptional undergraduates interested in neuroscience, behavioral psychology, electrical engineering/computer science or audiology/hearing sciences. Please check back often for further details.
A research technician position is available. A bachelor’s degree is required. Experience with rodent handling, surgery, and behavior is strongly preferred. Please contact Pierre directly with a cover letter, CV, and references.