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Location: Montréal, Canada
Closing date: Open until filled
We use a range of behavioral and neurophysiological techniques including calcium imaging and optogenetics on mice to study brain circuits underlying vision. We also focus on exploring plasticity after a stroke in the visual system and developing innovative neuroprosthesis devices to restore vision. Visit www.opto.umontreal.ca/cortex for more descriptions.
Candidates with a strong background in in vivo Neurophysiology AND/OR Behavioral Neuroscience AND/OR Engineering in Neuroscience are encouraged to apply. Qualifications:
- MSc or equivalent degree in natural, medical sciences, bioengineering or related fields. - Good English AND/OR French communication skills, both oral and written.
- Be eligible to join a PhD Program of Vision Science or Biomedical engineering at the Université de Montréal: https://admission.umontreal.ca/programmes/doctorat-en-sciences-de-la-vision/.
- Proficiency with Data analysis using Matlab or Python
How to Apply
Please contact Pr. Matthieu Vanni ([email protected]) with 1) a full CV, 2) motivations for joining the lab and 3) contact information of two referees.