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Junior Group Leader Position, tenure track Neuronal Basis of Animal Behavior
The Friedrich Miescher Institute for Biomedical Research (FMI) seeks applications for a tenure-track junior group leader position (assistant professor level). We are particularly interested in candidates who will establish a strong research program exploring the neuronal circuit basis of rodent behavior. Specific research questions may include, but are not limited to, the neuronal circuit implementation of decision making, cognitive control, attention, or social interactions in mice or rats.
The FMI provides access to its outstanding animal facilities, micro-mechanical and electronic workshops, and to core facilities for light and electron microscopy, mouse genetics, proteomics, genomics, structure biology, and computational biology. Competitive start-up and running budgets are provided. Our vibrant and English-speaking scientific environment offers opportunities to collaborate with FMI research teams in neurobiology, epigenetics, and stem cell biology (for further information seewww.fmi.ch).
The FMI is a leading biomedical research center, hosting around 190 post-doctoral fellows and graduate students, recruited through its international PhD program. The FMI is affiliated with the University of Basel and the Novartis Institutes for Biomedical Research. Located in the heart of Europe, Basel offers a rich cultural life and multilingual schools.
Applications, including a CV and a concise description of research interests and future plans should be submitted to
and include contact details for three referees.
For informal inquiries contact:
Dr. Andreas Lüthi (email@example.com) or
Dr. Botond Roska (firstname.lastname@example.org)
The closing date for applications isOctober 15, 2016.
Jun 01, 2016