VINCENZO DE PAOLA LABORATORY

VACANCIES

Led by Vincenzo De Paola, the group works collaboratively with research groups worldwide to try to understand the basic principles of synaptic development and plasticity by visualizing and manipulating cortical circuits directly in the living brain. Friendly, determined and cosmopolitan, the group is expanding and would like to hear from motivated undergraduate and postgraduate students and postdocs. Applicants should consider how they would fit into the group and what they would like to work on.

VACANCIESCONTACT

APPLICATIONS


If you have any pre-application questions, please contact Vincenzo De Paola.  Applications should include the following:

  • Cover letter indicating current and future research interests and expected date of availability
  • Curriculum vitae (CV)
  • Description of past research experience and accomplishments
  • Names of three references

Send your application to Vincenzo De Paola.

DukeNUS Medical School


Vincenzo De Paola currently is a visiting professor at the DukeNUS Medical School, National University of Singapore, which is looking to expand its team.  There are three postdoctoral vacancies, listed below, to work in the Signature Research Programme in Neuroscience and Behavioural Disorders, which is focused on understanding the structure and function of the nervous system, and the neural mechanisms underlying human neurological, psychiatric and ophthalmological disorders.  Applicants should contact Vincenzo De Paola if they have any questions.

Research Fellow
Research Assistant/Associate (OR/NBD/VP)
Research Assistant/Associate (OR/NBD/VP2)

Externally-funded Postdoctoral Fellowship


If you are interested in joining the Synaptic Plasticity and Repair Group as a postdoctoral fellow, please contact Vincenzo De Paola with a copy of your curriculum vitae and explaining your interest in a specific research area.  Outstanding PhD students are encouraged to make contact as early as possible to discuss possible projects or if they need help with their applications.  Funding can be obtained from a wide variety of sources, some of the most popular of which are listed below.

Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council (EPSRC) Centre for Neurotechnology
Fellowship programs that offer funding for independent postdoctoral research in biology
The European Molecular Biology Organization (EMBO)
Human Frontier Science Program
International Brain Research Organization (IBRO)
Marie Curie Actions – Research Fellowship Programme

Innovative Training Network


A PhD studentship is available as part of the Syn2Psy Innovative Training Network, funded by EU Horizon 2020.  For more information, please contact Vincenzo De Paola.

 

Imperial College PhD Scholarships


The Synaptic Plasticity and Repair Group is looking to sponsor an outstanding UK, European or international candidate for a fully-funded Imperial College PhD Scholarship. Please contact Vincenzo De Paola to discuss potential research proposals. Follow the link below for more information.

Imperial College PhD Scholarships

3.5 MRC DTP Fellowships


Candidates with an interest in neuronal connectivity and disease may contact Vincenzo De Paola to discuss potential research proposals. Competitive candidates will hold a degree in biochemistry (ICL, MRC) or in chemistry or a closely related subject (EPSRC/ICB) with an outstanding academic record and some practical research experience. Follow the link below for more information.

MRC DTP Studentships

External Applications


Students interested in applying for external funding to join the Synaptic Plasticity and Repair Group should contact Vincenzo De Paola for an informal discussion. Please send your curriculum vitae and explain your interest in a specific research area.

Students interested in applying for external funding to join the Synaptic Plasticity and Repair Group should contact Vincenzo De Paola for an informal discussion. Please send your curriculum vitae and explain your interest in a specific research area.

MRC London Institute of Medical Sciences Summer Studentships


The programme offers undergraduate and A Level students the opportunity to work for up to 8 weeks during the summer in a cutting-edge research laboratory.

MRC London Institute of Medical Sciences Summer Studentships

There are no research assistant positions currently available.

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