The Levitan lab at the University of Pittsburgh has positions open to study the control of behavior by neuropeptides in Drosophila
. Our NIH-funded research combines imaging of novel optical sensors of neuropeptide release with genetics, cell biology, and studies of circadian and sleep rhythms. Positions come with full benefits from the University of Pittsburgh, which is an Equal Opportunity Employer. Please contact Ed Levitan at Elev...@pitt.edu
with your CV/resume, reference names and a description of your research experience and interests.