Neuroscience Graduate Student Opportunities

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Graduate position in neurosciences at the CRIUSMQ – Proulx laboratory Université Laval

Program : My laboratory is currently seeking highly motivated candidates to work on projects aimed to characterize neural pathways important for the processing of affective signals in normal state. An important aspect of our program is also directed to reveal molecular and synaptic dysfunctions underlying psychiatric disorders. Description : Specifically, combining state-of-the-art calcium imaging fiber…

Graduate (MS.c./Ph.D.) student position – Jing Wang Laboratory, Ottawa Hospital Research Institute

Graduate Student (MS.c./Ph.D.) position Contact/Scientist: Dr. J.Wang Program: Regenerative Medicine The Ottawa Hospital Research Institute (OHRI) is an Affiliated Research Institute of the University of Ottawa and the research arm of The Ottawa Hospital. The OHRI has grown rapidly to become one of the largest and most important hospital-based research institutes in Canada. Position available:…

PhDatIUSMQ competition for Graduate student positions – Institut universitaire en santé mentale de Québec, Université Laval

PhD @ IUSMQ is an international graduate student recruitment competition to find outstanding students who want to pursue graduate studies in Neuroscience. Prospective students are invited to browse the PhDatIUSMQ.org website to identify their area of interest and to learn more about the IUSMQ, Université Laval and the city of Québec, Canada, and to submit an application online…

Graduate student positions in neuroscience/neuroengineering – Université Laval

The laboratory of Dr. Christian Ethier is currently seeking highly motivated individuals to pursue research at the intersection of neuroscience and engineering. A graduate student position is available for a research project aimed at evaluating the potential of neuroelectronic interfaces for therapeutic purposes. The projects will involve experiments in behaving rats, to identify effective neuroprosthetic…