Positions are available starting Fall 2018 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 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.


Graduate Students

Rotations will be available Winter/Spring 2019. Please get in touch early if interested.



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.