The Nectow laboratory at the Princeton Neuroscience Institute is looking for a few motivated and talented postdoctoral or more senior research associates. The lab studies the neurobiology of energy balance (i.e. appetite and energy expenditure) using state-of-the-art imaging, molecular, and functional techniques in mice.We are currently looking for exceptional candidates with a strong background in neuroscience, particularly with expertise in molecular and behavioral neuroscience.Essential qualifications for these positions include: a Ph.D. in Neuroscience, Biology, or a closely related field; a strong background working with mice; experience with advanced techniques in neuroscience (such as optogenetics/chemogenetics, stereotactic rodent surgery, electrophysiology, microscopy, histology, and/or molecular profiling).The term of appointment is one year, with the possibility of renewal based on satisfactory performance and funding.Interested applicants must apply at https://www.princeton.edu/acad-positions/position/7161 and include a cover letter, a curriculum vitae including a publication list, and contact information for 3 references.These positions are subject to the University's background check policy.
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