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Postdoc position to develop light field imaging technologies for recording neural activity
The Goodhill lab at Washington University in St Louis (https://neuroscience.wustl.edu/people/geoffrey-goodhill-phd) is looking for a postdoc scientist for an NIH-funded project to develop novel microscopy methods for whole-brain calcium imaging in freely-behaving zebrafish. This is a collaboration with Oliver Cossairt at Northwestern University. The lab focuses on the computational principles underlying the development of neural circuits and behavior. The goal of this project is to construct light-field imaging techniques to record the activity of ~100,000 neurons in the larval zebrafish brain during unconstrained hunting b


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