We are particularly interested in recruiting postdoctoral candidates who have demonstrated expertise in electrophysiology (either in vitro or in vivo), optical imaging, or analysis of rodent behavior. Solid grounding in quantitative analysis of data is essential. See detailed job ad here.
Graduate Student Recruitment
We have a series of well-defined and exciting projects probing the neural basis of sensory perception and motor behavior.
You will learn how to record from and influence neurons in real-time during behavior, and learn to design experiments and use technologies that reveal insights into the biophysical processes mediating information transmission in the brain. You will receive hands-on training and active mentorship from the PI.
Students admitted to any of the relevant graduate programs at Georgia Tech (BME, BioE) and/or Emory are encouraged to contact the PI (bilal.haider AT bme.gatech.edu) for a full description of potential projects.
Are you interested in understanding how the brain generates sensory perception? Do you have experience with cognitive, behavioral, or molecular neuroscience?
This could be the perfect opportunity for you. See detailed job ad here.