PhD in Neuroscience Positions at IMPRS for Brain and Behavior

PhD students will receive both theoretical and hands-on training in a large range of modern imaging, electrophysiological and molecular techniques. They will be exposed to a broad range of research areas based on how sensory information is encoded in neural circuits and how these circuits are activated during behavior. Students will take courses and attend scientific symposia at the partner institutions in Bonn and Florida – thereby being exposed to an exceptionally broad group of international scientists and provided the opportunity to earn a doctorate under outstanding research conditions.Research areas include: neuronal circuits and behavior, mammalian sensory processing, biophysics of neurons and glia, nervous system development, learning and memory, molecular signaling in neurons, disorders of the nervous system.Techniques include: in vivo multiphoton imaging, in vivo electrophysiology (whole-cell and extracellular, imaging…


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