Postdoc in cortical electrophysiology
Yale University - New Haven, CT

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A postdoctoral position is available in the laboratory of Dr. Jess Cardin in the Department of Neurobiology at Yale School of Medicine. Current projects in the lab use intra- and extracellular electrophysiology and optogenetics in awake behaving mice to examine the role of distinct sources of synaptic inhibition in regulating cortical network activity. Ongoing work focuses on behavioral state-dependent changes in the recruitment and impact of inhibition in mouse primary visual cortex, as well as alterations in excitatory-inhibitory interactions in genetic models of disease. Candidates should have electrophysiology experience and at least one first-author publication. Yale University is an equal opportunity employer.

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