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Offering Institution:Albert-Ludwigs-Universität Freiburg
Job Title:Post-doctoral fellow (BAT IIa) in Experimental Neurophysiology: "Activity-dependent signal integration in neocortical neurons"
Description:The Bernstein Center for Computational Neuroscience (BCCN) Freiburg invites applications for the position of a

Post-doctoral fellow (BAT IIa) in Experimental Neurophysiology:
"Activity-dependent signal integration in neocortical neurons"

Our lab uses combined intra- and extracellular recording techniques in vivo as well as dynamic photo stimulation of acute brain slices for the investigation of activity-dependent integration of synaptic input in pyramidal cells. In the context of the EU FACETS program, candidates are expected to contribute to the experimental characterization of cortical cells and networks in vivo and in vitro. The obtained electrophysiological data will, in close collaboration with other groups at the BCCN and within FACETS, be fed into new models of neocortical networks, aimed to obtain a more realistic view of activity dynamics in the neocortex.

The offered position is available immediately for 2 years, with the possibility of an extension.

We are looking for an experienced experimentalist with a strong background in electrophysiological recording techniques and a genuine interest in computational neuroscience. Applications containing CV, list of publications, and two letters of reference should be submitted online here.

Further information can be obtained from:
Dr. Clemens Boucsein
Neurobiology and Biophysics
Institute for Biology III
Albert-Ludwigs-University Freiburg
Schaenzlestrasse 1
79104 Freiburg
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20 January 2010