Multiple positions available: Apply now!
We are looking for motivated and talented people with experience and/or interest in neurobiology, behaviour, genetics and Drosophila to join our group. The successful applicants will pursue research projects with the goal of understanding how the brain makes decisions when faced with conflicting options. The techniques employed will include genetics, molecular biology, optogenetics, live imaging, and fly behaviour.
You will be part of a young team within the stimulating and international environment of the University of Birmingham. We are based in the School of Biosciences, as part of an exciting fly community.
-Wellcome Trust-funded Research technician position (EU/UK applicants only):(
Closing Date: 29th November 2018!
-BBSRC MIBTP-funded PhD position (EU/UK Students only):
‘How does the brain make decisions when faced with conflicting options?’
Apply here or here and select our project. Closing Date: 6th January 2019
-Darwin-funded PhD position (EU/International Students):
‘Investigating the effect of bacterial infections in reproductive success’.
More info here. Closing Date: 31st January 2019
-BBSRC-funded Post-doctoral researcher position (EU/UK/International applicants)
-Research fellow position (EU/UK applicants only): We will advertise these positions on 20 November 2018.
We encourage applications all year around from self-funded candidates or applicants who wish to apply for their own funding.
Feel free to email me (C.Rezaval@bham.ac.uk) with any questions.