Research Fellow, Neurobiology
The School of Biological Sciences invites applications for the position of Research Fellow.
Our group is investigating ‘neurobiology of resilience in the context of external environment’. In particular we are keen to find out what makes some individuals resistant to stress and related disorders, while most others are susceptible. We will be using preclinical animal models to understand the fundamental biology of resilience as well as emergence of dementia. Eventually, we will be investigating translational prospect of resilience and vulnerability of stress-related disorders in human subjects.
- PhD with strong publication record and experience in animal handling and/or human subject research, in addition to regular call/molecular biology techniques
- Demonstrate high motivation, keen interest and expertise in neurobiological research of stress and resilience
- Prior experience with rodent behaviour and surgery, and/or physiological/imaging readout in human subject will be a plus
We regret only shortlisted candidates will be notified.