Post-Doctoral Fellow in Models of Psychiatric Disorders
A dynamic neuroscience research group at the University at Buffalo (UB) is seeking to fill a Postdoctoral Associate position focused on understanding how drugs of abuse and stress mediate behavioral, molecular, and cellular plasticity. Our lab is engaged in many exciting projects using a multifaceted approach from molecules to behavior. We apply advanced molecular/viral manipulations to sophisticated behaviors, most often in rodent models of drug seeking and relapse-like behaviors. Techniques used in the lab include animal behavior, confocal/fluorescent microscopy, viral mediated gene transfer, and advanced molecular techniques to help elucidate how drugs of abuse hijack the brain's reward pathway. We are looking for an individual with a deep enthusiasm for investigating the cellular and behavioral mechanisms of psychiatric disorders. All members of the laboratory are encouraged to develop scientific focus-based mutual interests and are given all necessary resources to develop independent projects and aims. Career development is a core principle of the laboratory, and all members have the full support of the P.I. and institute to help achieve their career goals. We provide excellent opportunities to advance your academic career. For the current position we are seeking an individual with experience in molecular techniques—even if not from a neuroscience background. This is a NIH funded position.
We deeply encourage applications from individuals traditionally underrepresented in STEM. We will not tolerate discrimination due to an applicant’s race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin and veteran or disability status.
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