Office of Neuroscience Research
Neuroscience & Rehabilitation Lab
Using behavioral and neuroimaging approaches to determine how brain lateralization and interhemispheric connectivity support successful use of the non-dominant hand
Questions? Contact Benjamin Philip.
Apply by Sep 30; Event: Nov 29-30 (New Jersey)
Opportunities in basic, translational, and clinical neuroscience research
Questions? Contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
Dept of Biomedical Sciences in the College of Veterinary Medicine
To investigate autonomic regulation in cardiovascular function in both health and disease, including diet, epilepsy and neurodegeneration
Questions? Contact Carie Boychuk.
Joint initiative with WashU Medicine, Engineering, Arts & Sciences
To work at the interface between theoretical and experimental labs and help forge new collaborations
Questions? Contact email@example.com.
Neurobiological basis of motivated behavior and its implications for neuropsychiatric disorders
Position to study the cellular and circuit mechanisms of impulsive behavior, focusing on ventral striatal acetylcholine and dopamine
Questions? Contact Eduardo Gallo.
Learning and memory in the hippocampus
Investigating the cellular and neuronal circuit activity underlying spatial and cognitive learning in mice
Questions? Contact Edward Han.
Treatment of autoimmune diseases affecting the central nervous system
Highly collaborative with basic programs in immunology and neuroscience
Questions? Contact Gregory Wu.
NIH, AHA Innovation Award, and DoD funded projects
Projects on pain and neurorehabilitation in spinal cord injury and stroke
Questions? Contact Jacob McPherson.
Dept of Genetics and McDonnell Genome Institute
Precision neurology focused on analyzing disease-associated genetic variants
Questions? Contact Dr. Jeffrey Milbrandt and Dr. Rob Mitra.
Mechanism of axon degeneration and its role in neurodegenerative disease
Many projects in collaboration with DiAntonio Lab (Developmental Biology)
Questions? Contact Jeffrey Milbrandt.
Studying underlying causes of neurodegenerative diseases such as Alzheimer’s and FTD, and how best to intervene therapeutically
Questions? Contact Joanna Jankowsky.
Rolling admissions for both awards
Fellow award to support recruitment, faculty invited to apply. Travel award to attend a conference/course, postdocs invited to apply.
Questions? Contact Carmen Horn.
School of Medicine
Leading clinical trials and driving forward novel therapeutic strategies for neuropsychiatric diseases/disorders
Questions? Contact Cammie Rolle.
Peripheral neuropathy research
Translational research focusing on mechanisms of axon degeneration, pain and neuro-immune interactions in peripheral neuropathies
Questions? Contact Stefanie Geisler.
Electrophysiology, behavior, optogenetics, and viral targeting
To study the neural circuits that parse visual scenes into organized collections of objects
Questions? Contact Tom Franken.
Postdoc, Staff or Senior Scientist level
To build innovative optical setups and make them useful for biological discovery
Questions? Contact Yao Chen.