[visionlist] research technician, sensory neuroscience

Michael Wenger mjw19 at psu.edu
Thu Jun 30 01:58:04 GMT 2005


Please pass the following along to any talented undegraduate you
know who might be considering graduate school in sensory 
neuroscience. This would be an exceptional opportunity to get 
involved in some very creative and impactful work. 

OPENING: Research technician, systems neuroscience

Responsible for assisting Principal Investigator and other team members
(graduate students and postdoctoral scholars) in a Neuroscience
laboratory investigating the neural mechanisms of brain regions involved
in Parkinson's disease and other sensorimotor deficits.  In addition to
helping with the management of the lab, the successful candidate will be
responsible for collecting and analyzing data collected from several
experiments.  Although supervision will be provided, applicant must be
able to work independently as a team member in an academic setting. 
Requires Bachelor`s degree or equivalent, and preference will be given
to applicants with experience in neuroscience research including
histology, light microscopy, immunocytochemistry, electrophysiology, or
computer programming.   THIS IS A FIXED-TERM APPOINTMENT FUNDED FOR A
MINIMUM of ONE YEAR FROM DATE OF HIRE WITH EXCELLENT POSSIBILITY OF
RE-FUNDING. 

Please direct inquiries to
Kevin D. Alloway, Ph.D.
Professor of Neural & Behavioral Sciences
Hershey Medical Center
Penn State University
500 University Drive
Hershey, PA 17033
Fax: 717-531-5184
Ph: 717-531-6413

http://www.hmc.psu.edu/neuralcircuits/




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