The Nauen laboratory seeks a talented and motivated scientist/engineer for postdoctoral fellowship. The objective is training for a productive career as an independent researcher through development of a system for construction of brain microcircuits. Desired skills/attributes are some combination of the following:
a) understanding of/ability to learn microfluidics sufficient to construct a system for single-file transport of cells from suspension;
b) understanding of/ability to learn optics sufficient for construction of laser/PMT system for optical characterization of cells;
c) ability to (learn to) code field-programmable gate array to allow rapid classification of cells;
d) understanding of/ability to learn biomaterials sufficient to construct a porous scaffold for cushioning droplets on impact to maximize cell survival;
e) experience with primary neural stem cell culture or induced pluripotent stem cell culture
Interested individuals please send resume or biosketch to firstname.lastname@example.org
Earlier Lab News
- Alisa Brandt gave a fantastic presentation of her thesis.
- Congratulations to Art Applied to Medicine Master’s Degree Student Alisa Brandt on receiving the Vesalius Trust Research Grant.
- Congratulations to Alaleh Azhir, Rhodes Scholar.
- The manuscript for Arun Raghavan’s project entitled “Open-source system for millisecond-synchronized continuous video-EEG” is published in Epilepsy Research and this fantastic open-source tool is now available to researchers around the world.
- The manuscript for Alaleh Azhir’s project entitled “Interactive web-based identification and visualization of transcript shared sequences” is published in Genomics (linked from their home page) and this fantastic open-source tool is now available to researchers around the world.
- Alaleh Azhir was named a Goldwater Scholar.
- Debanik Purkayastha has received the Provost’s Undergraduate Research Award.
- Anne Li has received the Dean’s Undergraduate Research Award.
- Alalah Azhir has received the Pistritto Fellowship to support her work on analysis of transcript expression in temporal lobe epilepsy.
- Arun Raghavan is off to medical school this summer at the University of Cincinnati.