The John B. Pierce Laboratory is an Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity Employer and welcomes applications from women, members of minority groups, persons with disabilities, and protected veterans.
A postdoctoral position is available in the laboratory of Dr. Guillaume de Lartigue at the John B. Pierce Laboratory, a nonprofit research institute affiliated with Yale University. The post-doctoral candidate will be mapping gut-brain circuits and determining the function of these circuits in controlling feeding behavior. The project will involve viral tracing, in vivo calcium imaging, and behavioral tasks.
- A PhD with strong experience with in vivo calcium imaging, confocal microscopy, and intracranial stereotactic injection is essential.
- Solid background in neuroanatomy is highly desired.
- The ideal candidate should have experience conducting behavioral work in rodents.
- Excellent verbal and writing skills in English are essential.
The John B. Pierce Laboratory offers a competitive salary, excellent health insurance, and other benefits.
Please send application with C.V., contact information for three references, and statement of interests to GBNLjob@jbpierce.org. Desired start date is as soon as possible.
We do not sponsor employment-based visas for this position. We only consider applicants who have valid authorization to work in the U.S.
Neuropsychology and Physiology of Flavor and Feeding
The Neuropsychology and Physiology of Flavor and Feeding Laboratory at the John B Pierce Laboratory, a nonprofit interdisciplinary research institute affiliated with Yale University, is conducting a search for a part time research post-doctoral associate. The applicant will work in a multidisciplinary research team investigating how sensory, metabolic, and neural signals are integrated to determine food choices and on how the dysregulation of these systems contribute to the development of obesity, diabetes, and cognitive impairment. The main research project the applicant would work on is a longitudinal study in prediabetic youth that combines neuropsychological, fMRI, metabolic, and blood profile assessments to test the role of peripheral glycemia in neurocognitive performance.
Primary duties will include subject recruitment, running neuroimaging experiments of ingestive behavior, conducting neuropsychological assessments, managing human investigation committee protocols, overseeing and coordinating patient recruitment, maintaining and organizing incoming data, and performing preliminary quality control checks.
The John B. Pierce Laboratory offers competitive salary, health insurance, and other benefits.
Please send application with C.V., contact information for three references, and statement of interests to firstname.lastname@example.org. Anticipated start date is as soon as possible.