We are always looking for candidates interested in working at the intersection of genes and circuits to build more complete models of cognitive processes, such as attention and working memory. We aim to recruit candidates who are driven, independent, and collaborative. We are particularly interested in candidates who have expertise or interest to work at the intersection of molecular biology and genetics (including -omics technologies) and systems neuroscience (in vivo optogenetics and imaging). Women and URMs are encouraged to apply.


Interested candidates are encouraged to send their CV, short statement of research interest, and references to priya@rockefeller.edu and alessandra.bonitooliva@rockefeller.edu.