• Research Associate I

    Job Type: 
    Technician
    Institution: 
    The University of South Dakota
    The Division of Basic Biomedical Sciences in the Sanford School of Medicine, the University of South Dakota, is seeking a Research Associate I. In this position, the entry level research associate will provide technical support to research projects in Dr. Lisa McFadden's laboratory. The responsibilities will include, but will not be limited to: small animal surgery and caretaking, western blotting, autoradiography, chromatography and general laboratory maintenance including managing inventory, ordering and record keeping.
  • NSF Funding - Call your Representatives

    Hello all. This is a recent, but late call for action. Congress has started debate on funding levels for federal programs for fiscal year 2018. Please show your support for the National Science Foundation (NSF) by calling your Representative to ask them to sign a letter in support of funding the agency at $8 billion in 2018. NSF is the primary federal funding source for basic biological research at our nation’s universities and colleges.
  • Neuroscience Lab Director

    Job Type: 
    Technician
    Institution: 
    Baldwin Wallace University
    Job Summary: The Lab Manager is responsible for the coordination of teaching and research activities in the Neuroscience Laboratory of Baldwin Wallace University. The successful candidate will work collaboratively with University faculty, administrators, staff and students.
  • Assistant Professor of Teaching, Neurobiology and Behavior, UC Irvine

    Job Type: 
    Other
    Institution: 
    UC Irvine

    Assistant Professor of Teaching

     

    Department of Neurobiology and Behavior

     

    University of California, Irvine

     

     

  • Lecturer of Psychology

    Job Type: 
    Part-Time or Visiting Faculty
    Institution: 
    College of William and Mary

    Lecturer of Psychology The Department of Psychology invites applications for a one year, non-tenure-track position that will begin August 10, 2017. A Ph.D. is required at the time the candidate begins the appointment. The successful candidate will teach courses including Cognitive Psychology, Learning and Memory, and Sensation and Perception; these courses are critical to our Psychology and Neuroscience curricula. Non-tenure-eligible faculty are required to teach a 3-3 course load during the academic year (i.e., three courses per semester).

  • Systems Neuroscience: a study abroad summer program

    Date: 
    06/12/2017 - 08/04/2017
    Systems Neuroscience: a study abroad summer program Program start/end dates June 12 - Aug 4 2017 The BSCS Systems Neuroscience Program takes place at and academically supervised by the Department of Anatomy, Histology and Embryology, Semmelweis University Medical School, Budapest **************************************** For details, see: http://sysneuro-semester.org/ [sysneuro-semester.org] Inquiry: Program directors: Péter Érdi perdi@kzoo.edu László Négyessy Office: bscs@bscs-us.org
  • Study abroad in Budapest

    BSCS-US announces two study abroad programs in Budapest for 2017. 1. Our historical program: BSCS - BUDAPEST SEMESTER IN COGNITIVE SCIENCE PHILOSOPHY TO NEUROSCIENCE will be held in the Fall of 2017, see http://www.bscs-us.org/ [www.bscs-us.org] . 2.
  • Visiting Assistant Professor of Behavioral Neuroscience

    Job Type: 
    Part-Time or Visiting Faculty
    Institution: 
    St. Edward's University

    In line with the St. Edward's University mission statement the campus is actively engaged in the pursuit of social justice, and candidates must demonstrate an appreciation of and commitment to diversity. An inclusive faculty body is highly valued as we strive to create a diverse learning environment to prepare our students for success in a global and multicultural world.

    Responsibilities

  • Neuroethology Course at Friday Harbor Labs

    Date: 
    06/12/2017 - 07/14/2017

    Drs. Shaun Cain and James Murray are offering an advanced undergraduate/Post-baccalaureate/ Graduate student Neuroethology course at The University of Washington Friday Harbors Labs. The deadline for applying has been extended and several seats are available for the course. The cost of the course has recently been reduced and some financial aid is available. See the following web site for further information:

    http://depts.washington.edu/fhl/studentSummer2017.html#SumA-4

  • Scholarships available for CrawFly neurophysiology workshop; new summer neurophysiology workshops announced

    ADInstruments and Cornell University are once again happy to offer two scholarships for the upcoming CrawFly Neurophysioloy course to be held June 21-25 2017. All application materials must be submitted no later than 11:59 PM (EST) April 21, 2017 Please follow the links below to the CrawFly registration page for full details.

    Also annoucing FlyFest and SnailFest neurophysiology workshops, registartion is now open!

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