Description: This is a full-time job position. Applicants should possess a PhD, MD, or equivalent degree from neuroscience, pharmacology, or other biomedical science-related research fields. Candidates need to have experience and skills in one or more of the followings: electrophysiology (patch-clamp recording), drug self-administration by rodents (or other behavioral studies), immunohistochemistry (IHC), or molecular biology.
Requirement: With supervisor’s guidance, qualified candidate(s) needs to be capable, and is expected to, (1) independently conduct research work in at least one the related areas described above; (2) perform experimental design, data collection, and statistical analysis of data; (3) promptly report and solve research-related problems; and (4) communicate with colleagues in English (i.e., oral reporting for discussion of outcomes, writing for constructing scientific manuscripts, and presenting new data at scientific meetings). Previous postdoc training is not required. Applicants with a Master of Science (MS) degree and at least one year of experience in performing patch-clamp recording, rat/mouse drug self-administration, or IHC are also encouraged to apply.