Inscopix stands at the forefront of Next Generation Neuroscience. Our flagship product for imaging large-scale neural circuit activity during behavior, nVista, provides neuroscientists with the ability to generate unprecedented data sets. The product was selected by The Scientist as the #1 Innovation of 2013 and has been covered in top scientific journals and media outlets. Since launching our Neuroscience Early Access Program in October 2012, we have built a significant customer base comprised of nearly 100 prestigious neuroscience laboratories (including 6 Nobel Laureate labs) and major pharmaceutical companies. In late 2016, we introduced our second-generation product, nVoke, combining the neural circuit imaging of nVista with optogenetic manipulation.
Inscopix is looking for a talented neuroscientist with a strong background working with rodent models of neurodegenerative disease who is interested in pursuing groundbreaking brain science in a highly-motivating and fast-paced entrepreneurial environment. You will have unique opportunities to work in close collaboration with an interdisciplinary team of driven neuroscientists, physicists, engineers, and data scientists. If you are looking for an opportunity that immerses you in 21st century neuroscience, we want to hear from you!
The ideal candidate will have:
A PhD in Neuroscience or in a related field
At least two years of postdoctoral research experience in academia or industry
Experience with in vivo calcium imaging, optogenetics and/or electrophysiology
Experience in translational and/or drug discovery research, including with disease models of neurodegeneration (e.g. Parkinson’s disease)
Excellent surgical skills, including stereotaxic injections and/or implantations
Familiarity with rodent behavioral assays
Strong quantitative and analytical skills
Creative problem-solving skills
Excellent verbal and written communication skills
A desire to work with amicable, highly knowledgeable, interdisciplinary teams
A strong publication record
Experience with nVista and/or nVoke technology
Strong programming skills in a language such as Matlab or Python
Experience with viral and transgenic technology
Experience with immunohistochemistry and confocal microscopy
Inscopix, Inc., a privately held neuroscience company in California, and a Stanford University spin-off, is the world’s leading provider of end-to end solutions for imaging and interpreting large-scale neural activity during natural behavior. By deploying its revolutionary state-of-the-art technology in the pursuit of bold and game-changing questions, Inscopix is pioneering a new paradigm in the ...mechanistic investigation of the brain in health and disease. Inscopix has a scientific culture that is intermediate between academia and industry, and it places a high premium on creative and goal-driven scientists with the ability to work in interdisciplinary teams. Come join us, and be a part of Next Generation Neuroscience.