Pushing the boundaries of neuroscience

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The newly established Puerto Rico Center for Environmental Neuroscience (PRCEN) uses a multidisciplinary approach “to understand the complex interplay of molecular, cellular, organismal, and ecosystem dynamics faced by organisms under the increasingly stressful conditions created by human impacts on the environment,” explained the director of the Institute of Neurobiology, Dr. Steve Treistman. 


Two postdoc positions in Drosophila circadian rhythms and electrophysiology

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Research Assistants / Associates at the School of Physiology and Pharmacology, Bristol University

Scientific Aresa: circadian molecular genetic, biochemical, imaging, optogenetic and behavioural experiments with Drosophila.

For both positions, experience in circadian rhythms, optogenics and Drosophila molecular and classical genetics would be an advantage but instruction in these techniques can be obtained from the host labs.





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