Postdoctoral Fellow – Neuron Signaling Lab: The Neuron Signaling Lab led by Asst. Prof. Siew at the National University of Singapore is seeking a motivated Postdoctoral Fellow to join their team and lead a project investigating the molecular basis of goal-directed learning and memory. The lab utilizes advanced in vivo imaging and molecular techniques with machine learning to understand the cell biology behind cognitive processes.
- Designation: Postdoctoral Fellow
- Research Area: Neuron Signaling and Learning & Memory
- Location: National University of Singapore, Department of Biological Sciences
- Job Description:
- Last Date for Apply: The position is available immediately, but the lab is happy to wait for the ideal candidate with the right combination of skills and interests.
Designation: Postdoctoral Fellow
Research Area: Neuron Signaling and Learning & Memory
Location: National University of Singapore, Department of Biological Sciences
- Recent PhD degree in biological or medical sciences, with a specialization in neuroscience
- Demonstrated expertise in rodent stereotaxic surgeries (at least 2 years of experience)
- Experience in in vivo recording techniques such as electrophysiology, fiber photometry, and miniscope imaging is preferred
- Excellent knowledge and experience in rodent behavior tests related to learning and memory
- Some experience in computational image or data analysis is preferred
- Strong motivation and curiosity to ask and pursue challenging scientific questions
- Enthusiasm for training and mentoring
- Evidence of good writing and oral communication skills
The successful candidate will lead a project investigating the molecular basis of goal-directed learning and memory in rodents. The position requires expertise in rodent stereotaxic surgeries and in vivo recording techniques, as well as a good understanding of rodent behavior tests related to learning and memory. Some experience in computational image or data analysis is preferred, and the successful candidate should have a strong motivation to ask and pursue challenging scientific questions.
How to Apply:
Interested applicants should write to Dr. Phua at firstname.lastname@example.org with a detailed cover letter and CV that includes qualifications, research interests, research experience, and references.