Graduate Student and Postdoctoral Fellow Opportunities
We are pleased to announce two key positions available in the Lee Lab at the University of Texas at Austin. If you are passionate about the field of retinal neurophysiology and are looking for an opportunity to contribute to cutting-edge research, these positions might be the perfect fit for you.
About the Lee Lab:
The Lee Lab is in the Dept. of Neuroscience (https://neuroscience.utexas.edu) at The University of Texas (UT) at Austin. Currently ranked among the top 10 of public universities in terms of undergraduate education, UT is renowned for its strong and highly collaborative research programs in Neuroscience, Computer and Computational Science, Mathematics, Engineering, and Molecular Biology. The UT has numerous resources for neuroscience and ion channel research, including interdisciplinary centers and graduate programs. Austin is widely recognized as one of America’s most beautiful and livable cities, with numerous green spaces for outdoor activities. As the live music capital of the U.S., Austin has a vibrant cultural scene that includes major international festivals such as South by Southwest and Austin City Limits.
How to Apply:
If you are interested in these positions, please send a letter of interest and your CV or resume, including contact information for three references, to Dr. Amy Lee at email@example.com.
Don't miss this opportunity to be part of a dynamic research community and work on exciting projects in the field of retinal neurophysiology. We encourage you to explore these positions and consider applying if they align with your expertise and interests.
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