Caesar is a Neuroscience research institute associated with the Max Planck Society and is located in Bonn, Germany. Caesar’s research is interdisciplinary with scientists from various research areas working together on the topics of cellular signal processing and the neural foundations of behavior. This ranges from studying the behavior of single-cell or-ganisms to studying one of the key questions of neuroscience: how does neuronal activity give rise to complex and goal-directed behavior?
The Max Planck Research Group led by Dr. J. D. Seelig is offering
2 Ph.D. positions
in photonics / microscopy for neuroscience
We are looking for a highly motivated scientist interested in developing optical methods for studying the brain.
What we expect from you:
What we offer:
More information about the group can be found at https://www.caesar.de/en/our-research/neural-circuits/research-focus.html and http://seeliglabneuro.weebly.com/research.html.
About the institute:
Caesar is part of a cluster for neuroscience in the Bonn-Cologne region, comprising the German Center for Neuro-degenerative Diseases and two Max Planck Institutes. The Institute hosts the International Max Planck Research School for Brain & Behavior and is involved in the Bonn International Graduate School of Neuroscience.
Caesar is committed to diversity and inclusion and is aiming to increase the percentage of women in areas where they are under-represented. We therefore explicitly encourage women to apply.
Handicapped persons with comparable qualifications receive preferential status.
How to apply:
Please send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org for informal enquiries or submit your application at our job portal: https://www.caesar.de/en/joining-caesar/
Caesar is certified according to the audit berufundfamilie.