PhD Research in Studying learning and memory-guided behavior

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Job Description

The Jadhav Lab investigates the role of hippocampal, cortical and sub-cortical circuits using a combination of behavior, in vivo physiological recordings, optogenetics, and computational methods.


Independently working on projects that investigate neural circuits in the brain using a multidisciplinary approach while working in a collaborative community.

Job Requirements

Graduate (PhD) students interested in the lab should take a look at the Brandeis Neuroscience Graduate Program and the Psychology Graduate Program. If you are interested in working in the lab, please take a close look at our research and related papers (Google Scholar). Students are expected to have a strong science background. We are a systems neuroscience lab, and any relevant research experience is a plus. Graduate students typically do research rotations in the lab through the Neuroscience Graduate Program in their first year.

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