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A postdoctoral position is available at the University of California, San Francisco to study the role of neuromodulatory transmitter dopamine in regulating brain-wide plasticity and motor behaviour in the context of parkinson’s disease.   The lab,, composed of four postdoctoral fellows, three graduate students, and two technical staffs, is a productive and nurturing environment for training and career development.  This project employs molecular genetic models in the transparent larval zebrafish and utilizes brain-wide calcium imaging and large-scale data analysis. The applicant should have a recent PhD or PhD/MD degree, be familiar with 2-photon/confocal/light-sheet microscopy and computational coding, and has high quality publication(s) in peer-reviewed journals. To apply, please send your CV, a brief research statement, together with the contact info of three referees, to:

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