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Job Number: 22511
Mar 20, 20231
PATIENT COORDINATOR, Picower Institute for Learning and Memory-Tsai Lab, to assist with clinical and translational research designed to evaluate whether Gamma ENtrainment Using Sensory (GENUS) stimulation can be used to help people with--or those at risk of developing--memory impairment. Through collaboration with MIT’s Clinical Research Center and faculty members across multiple disciplines...
Job Number: 22247
Jan 5, 2023
POSTDOCTORAL ASSOCIATE, Picower Institute for Learning and Memory-Miller Lab, to assume a position working under the primary mentorship of Professor Earl K. Miller. Possible research topics include the neural basis of executive functions, working memory, attention, and consciousness. Positions are available for both experimental work and/or computational analysis and modeling. The expe...
Job Number: 22080
Nov 7, 2022
TECHNICAL ASSOCIATE I, Picower Institute for Learning and Memory-Tsai Lab, to assist with pre-clinical studies assessing responses to non-invasive 40 Hz brain stimulation in different mouse models (normal aging, Alzheimer’s disease, Parkinson’s disease, and others). Duties include running stimulation paradigms, behavioral assays, tissue collection, protein and RNA measurements (e.g., i...
Job Number: 21588
Jul 20, 2022
TECHNICAL ASSOCIATE I, CHOI LAB, Picower Institute for Learning and Memory, to join a group that is dedicated to developing novel genetic techniques for neuroscience. Responsibilities will include DNA cloning, immunohistochemical processing, performing various biochemical and molecular biology techniques, confocal microscopy, mouse handling, surgery, behavioral testing, and other wet-laboratory wo...
Job Number: 20390
Nov 4, 2021
TECHNICAL ASSOCIATE I, TONEGAWA LAB, Picower Institute for Learning and Memory, to join a neuroscience laboratory working on optogenetics-aided anatomical research on learning and memory in rodents. Emphasis will be on networks, microcircuitry, and cell-type specific connectivity. Both classical (injected tracers and standard histological preps) and next-generation approaches (viral vectors)...