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Student Assistants: Drosophila Maintenance

Center of Advanced European Studies and Research

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Position: The Max Planck Research Group Neural Circuits is looking for Student Assistants (m/f) in the Cologne Bonn Metropolitan Area for working a flexible number of hours per week to maintain and develop drosophila melanogaster lines. 

Education/Experience: We are looking for students in biology, chemistry, neuroscience, biochemistry, physics, or related fields with an interest in genetics and neurobiology. Experience in animal, particularly drosophila, handling is an advantage.

Beginning: At earliest convenience
Compensation: Attractive offer

About the Seelig Laboratory: The Seelig lab is committed to elucidating the impact of neuromodulators on circuits underlying sensorimotor integration. Similar to the mammalian brain, the fly brain is broadly innervated by neuromodulatory neurons. Taking advantage of the lower numerical complexity of the fly brain should allow us to get a quantitative understanding of the impact of neuromodulators on complete neural circuits underlying sensorimotor integration across different behavioral states in health and disease. The laboratory is funded by the Max Planck Society.
http://www.caesar.de/seelig-research.html

About Caesar: Caesar is a neuroscience research institute closely associated with the Max Planck Society and is located in Bonn, Germany. The Institute hosts the International Max Planck Research School for Brain & Behavior and is involved in the Bonn International Graduate School of Neuroscience. Caesar is committed to supporting the development of young professionals and is an equal opportunity employer.
http://www.caesar.de/institution.html

If you are interested in a challenging and exploratory real time image processing project, please upload your application documents at our online job portal http://www.caesar.de/job-offers.html

For further information please contact:
Dr. Johannes Seelig, johannes.seelig@caesar.de

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About the Seelig Laboratory: The Seelig lab is committed to elucidating the impact of neuromodulators on circuits underlying sensorimotor integration. Similar to the mammalian brain, the fly brain is broadly innervated by neuromodulatory neurons. Taking advantage of the lower numerical complexity of the fly brain should allow us to get a quantitative understanding of the impact of neuromodulators on complete neural circuits underlying sensorimotor integration across different behavioral states in health and disease. The laboratory is funded by the Max Planck Society. http://www.caesar.de/seelig-research.html About Caesar: Caesar is a neuroscience research institute closely associated with the Max Planck Society and is located in Bonn, Germany. The Institute hosts the International Max Planck Research School for Brain & Behavior and is involved in the Bonn International Graduate School of Neuroscience. Caesar is committed to supporting the development of young professionals and is an equal opportunity employer. http://www.caesar.de/institution.html

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