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PostDoc Position in Computational Neuroscience at the new Harvard Theoretical Biology Lab

Applications are invited for a Postdoctoral Research Position in Computational Neuroscience.

We are looking for innovative and enthusiastic researchers with a Ph.D. in Mathematics, Physics, Electrical Engineering or Neuroscience or related disciplines (including Computer Science, Biophysics, etc.). Prior experience in biological or neuroscience research is not required.

The post-doc will work in a highly collaborative environment within the Harvard Medical School scientific community in the Kreiman lab.

Please submit your application including CV with a list of publications and names of three possible referees to:

Gabriel Kreiman
gabriel.kreiman@childrens.harvard.edu


Post-Doc Position in Computational Biology at the new Harvard Theoretical Biology Lab

Applications are invited for a Postdoctoral Research Position in Computational and Systems Biology / Bioinformatics.

We are looking for innovative and enthusiastic researchers with a Ph.D. in Mathematics, Physics, Electrical Engineering, Computer Science, Biology or related disciplines. Prior experience in biological research is not required but quantitative skills would be extremely useful.

Research topics within computational systems biology include (but are not limited to) furthering our understanding of transcriptional regulatory networks, how gene expression and mRNA processing are controlled with a particular emphasis in the nervous system and the rules for molecular sorting and localization in neurons.

The post-doc will work in a highly collaborative environment within the Harvard Medical School scientific community in the Kreiman lab.

Please submit your application including a CV with a list of publications and names of three references to:

Gabriel Kreiman
gabriel.kreiman@childrens.harvard.edu

Graduate Students

We are looking for enthusiastic graduate students interested in biological networks and in how the brain worsk. Students may come from different disciplines. The students need to apply to one of the graduate programs at Harvard and subsequently contact Gabriel Kreiman by sending a CV.

Gabriel Kreiman
gabriel.kreiman@childrens.harvard.edu

Undergraduate Students

Sometimes we have open positions for undergraduate students to conduct research projects in our lab during the academic year or during the summer. If you are interested in the lab, please send an email attaching a CV to Gabriel Kreiman.

Gabriel Kreiman
gabriel.kreiman@childrens.harvard.edu

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