Two postdoctoral positions are available
in the laboratory of Dr. Susan Shore at the Kresge Hearing
Research Institute, University of Michigan. The sensory
neurobiology laboratory at the Kresge Hearing Research Institute
investigates cellular, synaptic, and systems neurophysiology in
mammalian brain stem circuitry. This NIH funded research program
is focused on neuroplastic changes following deafness, changes
that may lead to tinnitus. Techniques include multichannel
in-vivo electrophysiology, neuroanatomy and immunohistochemistry.
We are seeking highly motivated individuals interested in
contributing to a dynamic laboratory setting. Ph.D. or equivalent
in neuroscience or related field is required. Experience with
electrophysiology, immunocytochemical techniques and/or
programming are a plus. |
Interested applicants should inquire via email with CV attached to sushore@xxxxxxxxx , Dr. Susan Shore, Department of Otolaryngology, University of Michigan. 1150 W. Medical Center Drive, Ann Arbor, MI 48109. (734) 647-2116.
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