Graduate Student with Dr. Jesse Jackson: Understanding the anatomical and physiological organization of the neocortex

A graduate student position is available in the laboratory of Dr. Jesse Jackson. The lab is focused on understanding the anatomical and physiological organization of the neocortex in the context of episodic and social memory. Techniques used in the lab include calcium imaging, electrophysiology, optogenetics, anatomical tracing, and immunohistochemistry. Applicants should have a strong undergraduate record in a relevant life sciences discipline, and have evidence of lab experience. Start dates are negotiable, ranging from September 2018 to January 2019. Please send an up to date CV and contact information for one reference to jackson4@ualberta.ca, Link to the lab page: https://sites.google.com/view/jjlab/home