Postodoctoral positions on systems biology on thermotaxis neural
circuit are available immediately in Mori laboratory in Graduate
School of Science, Division of Biological Science, Nagoya University,
Understanding how brain functions during cognition, learning and
memory is a fundamental question in neuroscience. Mori laboratory
will challenge this issue by focusing on a simple neural circuit that
regulates thermotaxis behavior in C. elegans. Successful candidates
will be expected to join the Mori project team to work on conducting
systematic optical imaging of neurons in the thermotaxis circuit or
applying computational biology on the thermotaxis neural circuit to
predict/generate thermotaxis behavior in silico, in order to
ultimately propose a new concept for dynamics of neural circuit
Candidates with interest in this project or wish to apply to the
position are welcome to directly contact with Ikue Mori at [Only registered users see links. ].
This project is supported by CREST, JST(Core Research For Evolutional
Science and Technology, Japan Science and Technology Agency). For
more information, please see the following site (http:// [Only registered users see links. ]).
Ikue Mori, Ph.D.
Laboratory of Molecular Neurobiology
Institute for Advanced Research
Division of Biological Science
Graduate School of Science
Nagoya University, Nagoya 464-8602, Japan
email: [Only registered users see links. ] [Only registered users see links. ]