• Neuroethology Course at Friday Harbor Labs

    Date: 
    06/12/2017 - 07/14/2017

    Drs. Shaun Cain and James Murray are offering an advanced undergraduate/Post-baccalaureate/ Graduate student Neuroethology course at The University of Washington Friday Harbors Labs. The deadline for applying has been extended and several seats are available for the course. The cost of the course has recently been reduced and some financial aid is available. See the following web site for further information:

    http://depts.washington.edu/fhl/studentSummer2017.html#SumA-4

  • Scholarships available for CrawFly neurophysiology workshop; new summer neurophysiology workshops announced

    ADInstruments and Cornell University are once again happy to offer two scholarships for the upcoming CrawFly Neurophysioloy course to be held June 21-25 2017. All application materials must be submitted no later than 11:59 PM (EST) April 21, 2017 Please follow the links below to the CrawFly registration page for full details.

    Also annoucing FlyFest and SnailFest neurophysiology workshops, registartion is now open!

  • Two-year Visiting Assistant Professor - Neurobiology

    Job Type: 
    Part-Time or Visiting Faculty
    Institution: 
    St. Mary's College of Maryland

    The Department of Biology and the Neurosciences Program at St. Mary’s College of Maryland in Historic St. Mary’s City invite applications for a two-year visiting assistant professor position beginning August 2017. Teaching responsibilities include the following: Principles of Biology; Neurobiology; Introduction to Neurosciences; Neuroscience Seminar; and electives in the candidate’s area of specialization.  We especially encourage applicants with research interests in cellular and/or molecular neuroscience. Ph.D.

  • Special NeuroTinker Grant to help fund FUN 2017 Conference Attendance

    During the pre-workshop laboratory experience, one of the intensive lab experiences will be learning to work with NeuroBytes, a cool hardware-based system for student exploration of neural networks.  NeuroBytes are being developed by long-time FUN member Joe Burdo.

  • Backyard Brains Summer Research Announcement for Undergrads

    Backyard Brains Summer Research Announcement for Undergrads

     

    Backyard Brains will be hosting 8 undergraduates in their Ann Arbor headquarters to develop DIY versions of advanced neuroscience research projects.  These are paid positions for 10w. Students will be mentored by neuroscientists and engineers to develop their own tools for their research project.  Application Deadline is March 13, 2017.

     

  • Visiting Assistant Professor: Neurobiology and Animal Physiology

    Job Type: 
    Part-Time or Visiting Faculty
    Institution: 
    Swarthmore College

    The Department of Biology invites applications for a 2-year visiting faculty position at the assistant professor level, beginning September 2017. Teaching responsibilities for the first year include an intermediate-level neurobiology course with weekly laboratories and an advanced seminar with weekly laboratories in an area of neuroscience. In the second year, teaching responsibilities include an intermediate level course in animal physiology with weekly laboratories, and participation in the department’s team-taught introductory course in organismal and population biology.

  • Visiting Assistant Professor of Neuroscience

    Job Type: 
    Part-Time or Visiting Faculty
    Institution: 
    Pomona College

    Position in Cell & Molecular Neuroscience

  • Visiting Assistant Professor of Behavioral Neuroscience

    Job Type: 
    Part-Time or Visiting Faculty
    Institution: 
    St. Edward's University

    Visiting Assistant Professor of Behavioral Neuroscience School of Behavioral and Social Sciences

    Please visit: https://stedwards.applicantpro.com/jobs/522893.html for the full job posting

  • BESC Congressional Visits Day April 25-26, 2017

    Hi all. The Biological and Ecological Sciences Coalition (BESC) is hosting a Congressional Visits Day in Washington D.C. on April 25-26, 2017. The first day of the event is a training program that will prepare participants for meetings with congressional offices. It will include presentations on the federal budget and effective communication with policymakers.
  • Developmental Biology Teaching Workshop

    Date: 
    06/27/2017 - 07/01/2017

    Hi colleagues! Please help spread the word about this workshop. It’s great for new faculty or folks who find themselves with new teaching responsibilities. Does anybody in your lab or your department or on your friends list or contacts list fit that description?

    Come learn some fun Developmental Biology techniques for your teaching labs in a stunning coastal Maine setting. Model critters: urchins, chick, zebrafish, worms, flies, ciliates, & (delicious) lobster.

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