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The successful candidate will conduct research on the neurobiology of spontaneous behavior and operant learning using Drosophila as a neurogenetic model organism. Methods will include computer-controlled behavioral experiments with wildtype, mutant and transgenic flies, neuroanatomy using standard and confocal microscopy as well as some molecular biology such as qPCR to determine the effectiveness of RNAi-mediated gene knock-down.

The successful candidate will have a PhD in any relevant field, experience in Drosophila biology, at least some coding experience, preferably in R, MatLab, Python or similar languages and be enthusiastic about working in an open science lab.

The position is a university-paid, fixed-term position along the funding scale outlined by the TVöD EG13, approx. 2000€ after tax (more for senior postdocs) and including all medical and social benefits, including a retirement plan.

Starting date for the position is October 1, 2013 and applications before July 1, 2013 will receive preferred treatment, but applications will be considered until the position is filled.
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