What You'll Do
This position entails the design and implementation of scientific experiments, data analysis, preparation of manuscripts and presentation of scientific findings at meetings.
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Who We Are
The Savier lab at the University of Michigan in the Department of Molecular and Integrative Physiology and Ophthalmology is looking for postdoctoral fellows! We investigate the parallel processing of visual information using state-the-art neuroscience tools, such as large scale in vivo electrophysiology, in vivo 2-photon calcium imaging and cell-type based neuro-anatomical tracing. The Savier lab has a unique comparative perspective on the problem and also aims at addressing how circuits and response properties arise during development.
A PhD in relevant fields is required (Biology and related disciplines).
A strong background in either Matlab programming or in vivo neurophysiology would be preferred together with previous experience with animals. The qualified candidate must be able to work in a team, show advance communication skills and a strong motivation to resolve scientific problems.
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