[Neuroscience] Full Professorship (W3) in Optophysiology and Neurophysiology at the University of Freiburg, Germany

Janina Kirsch via neur-sci%40net.bio.net (by kirsch from bcf.uni-freiburg.de)
Tue Nov 6 05:54:50 EST 2012

The Faculty of Biology and the newly established Research Cluster
"BrainLinks-BrainTools" (BLBT), funded by the Excellence Initiative of the
German Federal and State Governments, at the University of Freiburg invite
applications for a 

%%    Full Professorship (W3) 
%%    in
%%    Optophysiology and Neurophysiology

The applicant’s research should be in the area of systemic neurosciences and
should focus on questions of neural networks and their activity dynamics in
relation to neurotechnology and its applications. The application of modern
neurobiological experimental techniques, in particular optogenetics and
methods derived from it, is desired. 
The tasks associated with the position include teaching biology students in
the field of optophysiology and neurophysiology. Close interactions and
cooperations with the neuroscience research centers and institutions of the
university are expected.
For further information please visit the homepage of the Faculty of Biology
at www.biologie.uni-freiburg.de and of the Cluster of Excellence
„BrainLinks-BrainTools“ www.brainlinks-braintools.de.

The position requires a completed university education, including PhD and
German habilitation or equivalent scientific accomplishments, and teaching

The deadline for application is December 15, 2012. Complete applications
along with all pertinent documents including a teaching record (exclusively
in electronic form; e-mail: dekanat from biologie.uni-freiburg.de) should be
addressed to the Dean of the Faculty of Biology, Schänzlestrasse 1, D-79104

The University of Freiburg is an equal opportunity employer. Applications of
women are strongly encouraged. Handicapped candidates with equivalent
qualifications will be given preference.

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