The Kuchibhotla lab is seeking inquisitive and highly motivated individuals to investigate the neural basis of learning and identify novel means of addressing devastating cognitive and neurological disorders, such as Alzheimer's disease and autism.
Students who wish to take part in Johns Hopkin's thriving neuroscience research community are highly encouraged to reach out to Kishore and apply in the fall to Psychological and Brain Science graduate program. The lab also takes graduate students from other graduate programs including the Neuroscience program. Graduate students currently enrolled in a graduate program at JHU or JHU School of Medicine should reach out to Kishore (email@example.com) to discuss the possibility of rotating in the lab.
Candidates with an excellent record of research achievements and expertise in electrophysiology, two-photon imaging, behavior and/or computational neuroscience are especially encouraged to apply. With that said, methods are less important than drive and interest so do not hesitate to contact me if you are very interested in our work but do not have the aforementioned expertise. Please email Kishore directly (firstname.lastname@example.org) with a brief introduction, CV and the names and contact information of three references.
The lab is looking to hire a research staff member with (a) expertise in computational analysis, (b) training as an experimentalist (two-photon imaging, whole-cell electrophysiology, and/or behavior), or (c) an interest in being a full-time lab manager with a range of managerial and experimental duties. Individuals interested in a full-time research position are encouraged to contact Kishore directly (email@example.com).