OPEN POSITIONS

Postdoctoral Fellows

We currently don’t have available postdoctoral positions but if you are interested in joining our team, please get in touch. Ideal applicants might have a PhD in Neuroscience, Psychology, Biomedical engineering, Computer Science or a related field and extensive experience with setting up and monitoring new and existing experimental or computational projects in the field of Systems Neuroscience. The laboratory has exclusive access to new facilities for histology, microscopy, behaviour, electrophysiology, optogenetics and in vivo recording platforms.

PhD Students

There are a number of different PhD scholarship programs in UNSW for domestic and international students willing to join our lab. Please check the most suitable program by exploring the links below:

  • Scientia PhD Scholarship Scheme for international students. Subject to project availability. Read more.
  • Australian Government Research Training Program (RTP) for domestic students. Read more.
  • Australian Government Research Training Program (RTP) for international students. Read more.
  • University Postgraduate Award (UPA) for domestic students. Read more.
  • University International Postgraduate Award (UIPA) for international students. Read more.

Honours of Psychology Students

There are projects available for Honours students interested in joining us at the School of Psychology at UNSW. All the information about the Honours year at UNSW Psychology can be found here. Please email us to find out about the available projects. 

GRANT FUNDING
Our work is supported by the Australian Research Council (Project Grant to J. B-G and M. M; Future Fellowship to J. B-G) and the National Health and Medical Research Council (Project Grant to J. B-G and M. M). Click for details

RESEARCH ETHICS & SAFETY
All experimental procedures are approved by the Animal Care and Ethics Commitee and the Gene Technology Research Commitee at UNSW.

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