The Department of Physiological Sciences at the University of Florida is looking for a motivated and independent person to join the laboratory of a newly established Principal Investigator. The incumbent must have experience in in vivo or in vitro multi-electrode array recordings and optogenetics. Must be independent, motivated, and willing to work in a fast pace environment. Appointment will be one year with possibility of renewal contingent upon performance and funding. Applicant must be dependable and open to constructive feedback. Willingness to work in a team-oriented environment is required.
All applicants must apply online through Careers at UF in order to be considered for the position (http://explore.jobs.ufl.edu/cw/en-us/job/505522/postdoctoral-associate). For formal applications, interested applicants must provide a cover letter, CV, and three letters of reference should be submitted online. Review of applications will begin immediately. Email inquiries to Dr. Leah Reznikov (email@example.com) are welcome; however, applications must be submitted online.
Final candidate will be required to provide official transcript to the hiring department upon hire. A transcript will not be considered "official" if a designation of "Issued to Student" is visible. Degrees earned from an education institution outside of the United States are required to be evaluated by a professional credentialing service provider approved by National Association of Credential Evaluation Services (NACES), which can be found at http://www.naces.org/.
The University of Florida is an equal opportunity institution dedicated to building a broadly diverse and inclusive faculty and staff.
Preferred requirements:expertise in microscopy, electrophysiology, molecular biology, cell culturing, multielectrode recording, and optogenetics.
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