A Postdoctoral Fellow position is available in Dr. Liang Han's laboratory at Georgia Institute of Technology School of Biology (biosci.gatech.edu/people/liang-han). We use a combination of molecular genetic, immunohistochemical, fluorescence imaging and behavioral approaches to understand how the nervous system receives, transmits and interprets various stimuli to induce physiological and behavioral responses.
A laboratory technician position is available in Dr. Liang Han’s laboratory in the School of Biological Sciences at Georgia Institute of Technology. Dr. Han’s group uses a combination of molecular genetic, immunohistochemical, fluorescence imaging and behavioral approaches to understand how the nervous system receives, transmits and interprets various stimuli to induce physiological and behavioral responses. We are interested in the basic mechanisms underlying somatosensation, including pain, itch and mechanical sensations. We are also working on the role of the nervous system underlying chronic respiratory diseases.
As part of Georgia Tech’s continuing growth in the biological sciences, the School of Biological Sciences is searching for the Elizabeth Smithgall Watts Endowed Chair in Ecology and Conservation. We favor exceptional candidates at the late associate or early full professor stage, but will consider any candidate with an outstanding record of scholarly contributions.
The College of Sciences at the Georgia Institute of Technology invites applications for a tenure-track faculty position at the assistant professor level in neuroscience. This search represents a critical step in our ongoing, institute-wide initiative in expanding the neuroscience and neuroengineering community at Georgia Tech that has launched a successful undergraduate major and that is developing graduate training in neuroscience.
The School of Biological Sciences in the College of Sciences invites applications for one full-time, non-tenure-track, faculty position at the level of Academic Professional beginning May 16, 2019.
This position is dedicated to the undergraduate major in neuroscience. It will require teaching, course and curriculum development, laboratory coordination, student advising, and supervision of graduate and undergraduate teaching assistants. Candidates must have a Ph.D. in Neuroscience, with specialization in cell and molecular neuroscience, and should have experience teaching undergraduate neuroscience courses and an interest in innovative undergraduate instruction.