Current projects include:
1) Identify the neural code used by neurons to release neuropeptides that synchronize circadian cells
2) Test the role of maternal and fetal circadian tissues in timing birth
3) Establish the ionic basis for daily rhythms in neuronal excitability, and map the connections and cell types that underlie daily rhythms as a function of age, sex and seasons.
The major responsibilities are outlined below
– Conducting independent research
– Writing for grants
– Generating publications
– Developing skills to support your career goals
We require that you have earned a doctoral degree, are a proficient and independent experimentalist, and have experience in neuroscience.