PhD position on neuronal calcium signalling

A 4-year PhD position is available at the University of Edinburgh to combine in silico and in vivo analyses in C. elegans to build a model of the biochemical and cellular mechanisms that control long-term regulation and plasticity of calcium in neurons. The project will be performed in collaboration between the Busch lab, which studies sensory neural circuit function in C. elegans, and the Stefan lab, which uses computational models and simulations to study the molecular and cellular basis of memory.

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The application deadline is December 11.

Please note that to qualify for full funding students must be UK or EU citizens who have been resident in the UK for 3 years prior to commencement.