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Postdoctoral Fellow

Thursday, July 18, 2013

Minimum Requirements
Ph.D. or other doctoral level degree from an accredited college or university, Good oral and written communication skills; organization, Ability to work independently with general supervision; complete work and to meet deadlines, Willingness to work with research animals, Experience in molecular and imaging techniques such as Western blotting, RT-PCR, transfection, HPLC or LC/MS. Experience in cell culture and animal experiments, Preferred Experience of working in the field of vascular biology or diabetic retinopathy.

Postdoctoral Fellow position is a training position designed to learn, through engagement, in an advanced level of scientific, technical and administrative work in support of research efforts in an assigned laboratory or clinical research setting. Participate in research data collection and documentation within relevant guidelines and protocols; develop and evaluate new research techniques and procedures; publish results in scientific journals. Perform a variety of complex chemical, biological, cytologic, microscopic, histologic, surgical, clinical, statistical/computational and dissection procedures.
Shift: M-F and Some weekends
Salary: Salary to be commensurate with qualifications and experience of candidate.

Contact Information:
Mohamed Al-Shabrawey
Georgia Regents University
Oral Biology/Anatomy

Postdoctoral Researcher: Scanning Blockface EM

Thursday, June 20, 2013

The Univ. Colorado Sch. Medicine is seeking a postdoctoral researcher who will investigate the 3D ultrastructure of taste buds using Scanning Blockface EM technology. The successful candidate must have experience in analysis of large scale 3D anatomical datasets; preference given to those with experience in electron microscopy. Candidates should have a PhD in a relevant field, e.g. anatomy, neuroscience, information technology or computer graphics as applied to medical imaging. Experience with programs such as ImageJ, Reconstruct, Matlab, Neurolucida, etc. is preferred.

The Rocky Mountain Taste and Smell Center is a highly interactive, interdisciplinary group focusing on chemoreception. Competitive salary and benefits, and a desirable location near Denver Colorado. The Univ. Colorado School of Medicine is AA/EOE

To apply, please send an email with your C.V. and contact information for 3 references to

Contact Information:
Thomas Finger
Univ. Colorado Sch. Medicine
Cell & Developmental Biology

Postdoctoral Researcher: Neuroscience

Thursday, June 20, 2013

Rocky Mountain Taste & Smell Center
Neuroanatomy and Behavior

Dr. Thomas Finger is seeking an individual to carry out research on the mechanisms and central representation of sour taste and intraoral detection of acids. The project will involve brief access behavioral assays and functional anatomical analysis of brainstem taste nuclei as well as the possibility for chorda tympani and glossopharyngeal nerve recording. A Ph.D. is required, and preference will be given to individuals with experience in neuroanatomy and/or neurophysiology. The position is available Fall 2013; salary is commensurate with experience. Experience with computer-aided image analysis is preferred using programs such as Matlab, ImageJ or Neurolucida.

The Rocky Mountain Taste and Smell Center is a highly interactive, interdisciplinary group focusing on chemoreception. Competitive salary and benefits, and a desirable location near Denver Colorado. The Univ. Colorado School of Medicine is AA/EOE.

Please contact Tom Finger by email a including a cover letter, CV, and the names/contact information of 3 references to

Contact Information:
Thomas Finger
Univ. Colorado Sch. Medicine
Cell & Developmental Biology

Postdoctoral Researcher: Functional Morphology

Tuesday, May 28, 2013

Two NIH funded postdoctoral positions are available in functional morphology/ neurophysiology. The project, “Dysphagia and Recovery after Vagal or Laryngeal Nerve Injury", is an experimental, animal based study, addressing hypotheses of both biomedical and basic science in an animal model of infant feeding and swallowing. The big question in this project is how does sensory information change motor output (measured as kinematics and as EMG). I am interested in a trainee who wants to learn experimental techniques (EMG, sonomicrometry, videoflurograpy, and XROMM system--bi-planar radiography). Finished PhD degree is required, from a related field in organismic or evolutionary biology. Positions are available to start August 1, 2013. NEOMED has a vibrant community of organismic scientists examining different aspects of evolution and functional morphology. Departmental information at: Interested parties should contact: Dr. Rebecca German NEOMED is committed to providing equal employment opportunities to qualified applicants without discrimination on the basis of race, national origin, color, creed, religion, sex, age, disability, veteran status, sexual orientation, gender identity, or any other category protected by applicable state or federal law. As an Equal Opportunity Employer, NEOMED also affirms its commitment to nondiscrimination in its employment policies and practices. In compliance with Title IX (20 U.S.C Sec. 1681 et seq.), NEOMED prohibits sex discrimination, including sexual harassment.

Contact Information:
Rebecca German
Northeast Ohio Medical University
Anatomy and Neurobiology

Postdoctoral Training in Multisensory Processes

Wednesday, January 9, 2013

The Department of Neurobiology and Anatomy
at Wake Forest Medical School announces open positions for

Postdoctoral Training in Multisensory Processes

We seek strong candidates for postdoctoral training funded by an NIH T32 Training Grant. The training program provides a rich collaborative research environment that fosters interdisciplinary approaches to understanding how the brain integrates information from multiple senses to produce perception and adaptive behavior. Candidates with direct experience as well as those in related fields are encouraged to apply. Trainees will have access to any of 10 laboratories using human subjects and/or a variety of animal models (rodents-primates) with approaches spanning molecular/cellular to perceptual/behavioral. Fellowships are awarded on a competitive basis.

Wake Forest School of Medicine is an affirmative action/equal opportunity employer and especially encourages applications from women and minority candidates. Applications including a current curriculum vitae or nominations should be sent to the Training Grant Director: Dr. Barry E. Stein (, or to its Co-Directors Dr. Terrence R. Stanford ( and Dr. Dwayne Godwin ( A description of the faculty and the program can be accessed via the website:

Contact Information:
Barry Stein
Wake Forest School of Medicine
Neurobiology and Anatomy
American Association of Anatomists

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