[Comp-neuro] Postdoctoral Position at University of Oldenburg, Germany

Jutta Kretzberg jutta.kretzberg at uni-oldenburg.de
Fri Jul 15 10:36:21 CEST 2011


Postdoctoral Position at University of Oldenburg, Germany

We are seeking for a motivated postdoctoral researcher to establish 
voltage sensitive dye imaging of neuronal activity at University of 
Oldenburg, Germany. The candidate will collaborate with research groups 
in the Research Center Neurosensory Science. These groups study neural 
network dynamics in leech ganglia and auditory processing mechanisms in 
the central nervous system of birds and mammals.

Since duties will include both experimental work and data analysis, 
candidates should have computer programming experience and a background 
in at least one of the fields:

-Imaging of neuronal activity

-Electrophysiology

-Advanced data analysis (preferably imaging data)

Initially, the position is offered for a period of two years, starting 
October 2011 at the earliest time. It is planned to extend the period, 
provided additional funding becomes available. Reviewing of applications 
will start on August 15^th 2011 until the position is filled.

Please send your applications (including letter of motivation, CV, 
publication list, relevant certificates and contact information of 
referees) to

Research Center Neurosensory Science

Carl von Ossietzky University

26111 Oldenburg

Germany

(Or by email to jutta.kretzberg at uni-oldenburg.de 
<mailto:jutta.kretzberg at uni-oldenburg.de> )

For further information, please contact jutta.kretzberg at uni-oldenburg.de 
<mailto:jutta.kretzberg at uni-oldenburg.de> or 
georg.klump at uni-oldenburg.de <mailto:georg.klump at uni-oldenburg.de>

The University of Oldenburg is dedicated to increasing the percentage of 
female employees in the field of science and encourages applications 
from female candidates.
Handicapped applicants will be given preference in case of equal 
qualifications.

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