Washington University in St. Louis (Ben-Shahar lab)

Postdoctoral Fellows

The Ben-Shahar lab at Washington University in St. Louis is searching for postdoctoral fellows to join our group. We study animal behavior from mechanistic and evolutionary perspectives by using fruit flies, bees, and other insects. These funded positions are ideal for recent PhDs, who are interested in studying mechanisms of behavior at the cellular, and molecular levels. Preference will be given to candidates who are eligible for US federal funding, with research background in animal behavior, neuroethology, molecular genetics and evolution, or ‘in vivo’ neurophysiology.

Interested individuals should email their CV, and contact information for three potential reference letter writers to .

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