Postdoctoral Researcher in Bioanalytical Chemistry and Neuroscience - 13005BR
Postdoctoral Researcher in Bioanalytical Chemistry and Neuroscience
Length of Appointment: Initial appointment is for two years, with the second year of the appointment contingent on postdoc’s progress and funding.
- Collaboratively conduct research in the area of in vivo microscopy and electrochemical/electrophysiology measurements obtained in the brain of zebrafish.
- Generate manuscripts publishable in top-quality, peer-reviewed journals.
- Participate in national and international conferences.
- Participate in proposal writing using data and ideas generated by these efforts.
- Facilitate data access and documentation of data across faculty, postdoctoral researchers, graduate/undergraduate students.
- Travel to other institutions for training or data collection.
- Mentor undergraduate researchers in smaller projects. This will include providing instruction on how to carry out techniques and providing feedback to the students.
- Providing guidance to other lab members on how to carry out specific laboratory techniques or experimental approaches.
- Contribute to research and lab meetings, departmental seminars and general upkeep of lab.
- Other duties as assigned.
- A Ph.D. in chemistry, neuroscience, biology, or a related field.
- Potential for and/or evidence of scientific productivity as evidenced by application materials.
NOTE: To be appointed at the Postdoctoral Researcher title, it is necessary to have the PhD in hand. Appointments made without a diploma or certified transcript indicating an earned doctorate are conditional hires and are appointed on an Acting basis not to exceed 6 months.
- Experience applying two-photon microscopy or light sheet imaging to living biological systems, especially zebrafish or other teleosts.
- Experience in electrophysiology or electrochemistry applied to biological systems.
Additional Candidate Instructions
Initial review of applications begins October 15, 2018 and will continue as long as required to identify a qualified pool.