PHD CANDIDATE: MOLECULAR ARCHITECTURE OF MEMORY ENSEMBLES
Are you fascinated by how our brain encodes and stores memories over a lifetime? Are you eager to shed light on the molecular and cellular framework of memory? Do you have experience in analysis of mouse models using molecular and/or imaging techniques? Do you aspire to obtain your PhD in Neurobiology and would you like to work in an internationally oriented top-team of neurobiologists in a stimulating academic environment?
The Molecular Engrams research team is looking for an enthusiastic PhD candidate for a 4-year project that will be carried out at the Department of Molecular and Cellular Neurobiology (MCN) of the Center of Neurogenomics and Cognitive Research (CNCR).
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