Two positions Center for Systems Neuroscience

Two positions are available in the Hasselmo laboratory in the Center for Systems Neuroscience at Boston University focused on:

1.) Analysis of neurophysiological data, and

2.) Computational modeling of cortical cognitive function. Each position could be hired as either a pre-doctoral staff position or a post-doctoral research position.

Jobs in Neuroscience and Neurobiology – AAAS

Science Careers job board provides job opportunities from around the world and free career development tools and resources make Science Careers a one-stop site for scientists looking to advance their careers.

Science Careers and its job board is brought to you by the journal Science and AAAS

Career Tools and Resources – SfN

Explore open neuroscience jobs or post a job opening, check out SfN’s NeuroJobs Listings.

SfN also provides professional development resources and scientific training opportunities. Society members can access a wide range of resources for scientists at all career stages through Neuronline, SfN’s community for learning and discussion.

Job Listings and Expos –

Nature Publishing Group through its NatureJobs division has an excellent data base of neuroscience jobs in addition to providing Career Expos and Information.

Naturejobs targets high-quality and relevant candidates, from PhD students and postdocs to professors, department heads and directors. All jobs on Naturejobs include their Job Matching service which places the job alongside relevant content throughout the site.

Summer Internships

Three search engines for neuroscience related internships are sponsored by Barnard College, Emory University, and National Science Foundation.

Barnard's web page lists summer internships in Neuroscience and Behavior. Emory College has a database of paid and unpaid summer research programs and internships that can be searched by target audience, recruitment emphasis, nature of experience, and other criteria. National Science Foundation's web site is titled Research Experiences for Undergraduates (NSF/REU).

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