Post-doctoral training is almost always an essential step for a research career in neuroscience. Each of our research groups host post-doctoral fellows, but the number varies greatly between labs. After fellowships with our faculty, fellows have launched their independent careers in academic (faculty), industry and government positions. Open post-doc positions are frequently advertised on various job postings, including the 'USC Jobs' database on the USC Human Resources web site. Anticipated post-doc positions are also posted below.
USC has a rich neuroscience community that spans across the university’s departments and centers. This network brings opportunities for collaboration, career advancement and professional networking. The USC Post-Doctoral Association provides further opportunties for career advancement and networking by hosting seminars and workshops. Grant opportunites are available through the Office of the Vice Provost for Research that are geared to advance the fellow towards an independent career.
The Poulain lab is looking for a talented and motivated post-doc! Candidates should hold a PhD in neurobiology or neuroscience and have a strong interest in neural development. Significant experience in molecular biology, genetics and fluorescence imaging approaches is required. Interested candidates should email their resume/CV, contact for 3 references, and a cover letter explaining their interest to firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Twiss lab anticipates an opening for post-doc position that will focus post-transcriptional regulation of axonal and dendritic growth in development of the nervous system. This is a new direction for our lab and is part of a multi-PI grant with Nora Perrone Bizzozero at the Univ New Mexico. Interested candidates should send CV,contact for 3 references, and a cover letter to email@example.com.