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Wish to manipulate new stress-sensitive projections? discover how early-life stress/adversity impacts brain maturation? Postdoc in amazing South California? Join the team! https://nature.com/articles/s41467-023-36780-x
An exciting opportunity for a NIH funded position(s) available to apply state of the art molecular and circuit approaches to probe and target cell-type specific neuronal populations (e.g., those expressing CRH receptor type 1) in the reward circuitry. We probe the circuit mechanisms by which early life experiences / stress promote enduring disruptions of adult motivated behaviors.
Join a vibrant, open, multidisciplinary and diverse lab in a top-notch university in Southern California. The project is within the lab of Tallie Z. Baram in the Departments of Pediatrics and Anatomy/Neurobiology.
Recent PhD, relevant experience in molecular and/or circuit Neuroscience Successful candidates will have a strong publication record, broad passion for Neuroscience and a collegiate approach, including the ability to maintain effective interactions and collaborations with team members. The position will be appointed at a level commensurate with the education and experience of the individual candidate and is for a period of three years with the possibility of renewal. Applications from members of groups underrepresented in STEM are encouraged.
Key words: Neuroscience, reward, stress, optogenetics, chemogenetics, circuit, transgenic mice, stress-sensitive cells, early-life stress, corticotropin releasing hormone
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Ph.D. in neuroscience, systems biology, relevant experience in molecular and/or circuit Neuroscience.
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