Postdoc Research Fellow Positions – International Center for Primate Brain Research

Chinese Academy of Sciences

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Postdoc Research Fellow Positions in Interoceptive Pathways, from genes to neurons to functional networks to behavior
Dynamic Embodied Brain Laboratory (DEB Lab)
International Center for Primate Brain Research (ICPBR)
The ICPBR, directed by Nikos Logothetis and Mu-Ming Poo, is a newly established world-class primate brain research institution, affiliated with the Center for Excellence in Brain Science and Intelligence Technology (CEBSIT; Within the ICPBR, the DEB Lab, directed by interoception and insular cortex expert Henry Evrard, combines multi-modal architectonic, tract-tracing, in vivo electrophysiology (MUA, LFP), optogenetics, fMRI, and in-slice patch-clamp recordings in order to examine the neuroanatomical and functional organization of peripheral and central pathways interfacing bodily states with predictive central network dynamics and high-order brain functions in non-human primates.
To complete its multidisciplinary team, the DEB Lab is recruiting postdoctoral research fellows with an expertise in either of the following fields:
  • 1.  PhD in Neuroscience or related, with experience in Patch-Clamp Recordings.
  • 2.  PhD in Neuroscience or related, with experience in in vivo electrophysiology (prior Non-Human Primate research experience being favorable).
  • 3.  PhD in Physics, Machine Learning or related, with experience in Multivariate Data Analysis and Computational Modelling/Deep learning (Matlab/Python/R).
  • 4.  PhD in Psychology, Neuroethology or related, with experience in Primate Behavioral Paradigms and Analysis.
To get more information and/or to apply (CV, short research statement, 2-3 referees), contact the DEB Lab Manager, Ms. Qian Liang ( and
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