Job Positions

Postdoctoral Position in NeurosciencePosted On 2011-12-19

Postdoctoral Position in Learning and Plasticity, University of Virginia

Dr. Brian Wiltgen at the University of Virginia seeks outstanding postdoctoral researchers interested in learning and plasticity.  Applicants should have a background in molecular biology, cell biology and/or electrophysiology.  The research project will examine hippocampus-dependent learning and memory using optogenetic and electrophysiological techniques in mice. 

Applicants should send an e-mail to Dr. Wiltgen that includes a description of their graduate training and research interests, a vita, and the names of three faculty members who can be contacted for letters of recommendation.

Professor Brian Wiltgen
bw4fh@virginia.edu

Learn more about the faculty, students, and training facilities associated with the Neuroscience Program at: http://www.uvaneuro.com/

Learn more about Charlottesville, VA at: http://www.charlottesville.org/


New Leadership for MCCS-Asia and MCCS-EuropePosted On 2007-9-7

The MCCS Council appointed the three Officer positions for the leadership of MCCS-Asia: Paul Chapman (from GSK, Singapore)  was appointed  President of MCCS-Asia, Shigeyoshi Itohara (RIKEN, Japan) Treasurer, and Sumantra Chattarji (NCBS, India) Secretary. Dr. Chattarji is also newly appointed to a MCCS Council position created to expand representation from Asia.
Peter Seeburg (Heidelberg) will join Riccardo Brambilla (President) and Isabelle Mansuy (Treasurer) as the new Secretary of MCCS-Europe.

Abstract EditingPosted On 2007-9-7

Due to many requests by our members, we now allow members to edit their submitted abstracts. If you need to make updates or changes to your submitted abstract, feel free to do so. If you need any help, please contact us.