|Neurons of the rat Lateral nucleus of
the amygdala (LA) infected with
recombinant Lentivirus expressing
Green Fluorescent Protein (GFP) in a
neuron specific manner.
We are currently looking to fill open positions for PhD candidates for the Cognition and Neuroscience program.
Our research is interdisciplinary, focusing on the fields of Neuroscience, Molecular Cell Biology, Psychiatry and Psychology. If you have an interest in the molecular basis of: synaptic plasticity, emotion, learning & memory, behavior and/or psychiatric disorders then you will likely be a good fit for our lab.
The qualities that we seek in applicants are:
If you think you would like to join our lab, please contact me directly:
Office: JO 4.208
To facilitate the assessment of applicants, the following items can be helpful:
- Please include a description of any potential scientific questions that you are interested in researching
- GRE (required for admission to the program)
- Subject GRE (not required but can be very helpful)
§ Molecular, Cell & Biochemistry
Volunteering in the lab is a great way to prove that you are capable of graduate level research and therefore an excellent way to improve your chances of being accepted into the PhD program. Please contact me for further details.