Dr Sagdullaev’s laboratory at the Burke Neurological Institute (BNI), an affiliate of Weill Cornell Medicine, is seeking an enthusiastic post-doctoral scholar to participate in a newly NIH-funded project aimed at studying neurovascular signaling in the healthy and diseased retina.
Our laboratory studies the plasticity of visual system, pathological changes and repair. We are currently looking for a postdoctoral fellow with an interest in basic and translational neuroscience. The tools employed in the laboratory include both electrophysiological, multiphoton imaging and behavioral approaches in control and genetically-altered rodents. The laboratory is extensively engaged in the development of novel optophysiological and chemogenetic tools. More details on our lab can be found at: http://burke.weill.cornell.edu/sagdullaev-lab
Preferred qualifications include a Ph.D. in Neuroscience, Genetics and Genomics, or Biomedical Sciences, experience with one or more of the following: imaging, electrophysiology, neurovascular signaling, genomics and molecular biology, behavioral studies. Knowledge of retinal circuitry is desirable, but not required. The position is open immediately. Compensation includes NIH scale salary, housing stipend, and full health benefits. Please contact Botir Sagdullaev, Ph.D. directly at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Burke is an equal opportunity employer with competitive pay scales and benefits.