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Positions available-Neurobiology of Pain– Kerr laboratory, University of Alberta
The Kerr laboratory at the University of Alberta is recruiting for graduate students (MSc or PhD) to study the role of the peripheral nervous system in central neuropathic pain states with an emphasis on animal models of MS. We are looking for candidates with an interest in behavioural neuroscience but with some background in c […]
Grad student with Dr. Jason Plemel: understanding regeneration associated microglia – University of Alberta
A grad student position is available in the lab of Dr. Jason Plemel. The lab is focused on understanding how one cell, microglia, can be both important in promoting regeneration, but also a contributor to neurodegenerative conditions. The Plemel lab uses tools like transgenic mice, in vivo models of white matter injury, flow cytometry, c […]
PhDs in Neuroscience/Neuropharmacology – CIHR funded (5 years) Fernyhough Albensi labs, University of Manitoba
DIVISION OF NEURODEGENERATIVE DISORDERS ST. BONIFACE HOSPITAL ALBRECHTSEN RESEARCH CENTRE University of Manitoba PhDs in Neuroscience/Neuropharmacology – CIHR funded (5 years) The St Boniface Hospital Albrechtsen Research Centre offers a vibrant and interactive research environment for graduate studies in the molecular cell biology of neurodegenerative diseases. Three PhD positions are available in the Pharmacology Graduat […]
Graduate student position in Pericyte Biology- Stobart Lab- University of Manitoba
Neuronal energy demand during synaptic activity is met by increasing local blood flow, a process which is known as functional hyperemia or neurovascular coupling. Though extensively studied in recent years, the cellular mechanisms controlling functional hyperemia remain unclear. Majority of the field has focused on interactions between neurons, astrocytes and arterioles, but new evidence suggests […]
CIHR-funded PhD position – Parent lab, Université Laval
The Parent lab is looking for a highly motivated and talented PhD student to fill an opened CIHR-funded position. Selected candidate will work to unravel the microcircuitry of the basal ganglia in Parkinson’s disease using transgenic mice, non-human primates and post-mortem human brains. Selected candidate will join a dynamic group at the CERVO Brain Researc […]