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Postdoctoral Research Fellow The postdoc position requires a PhD or an equivalent degree in neuroscience or related fields, along with the requirement of one or more first-author, peer-reviewed publications. Experience in calcium in vivo imaging or inner ear research is highly desirable, but not required. Please include a letter of interest, CV, and a list of three references when you apply ([email protected]). Graduate Students We always have room for inspired rotation students to develop their talents. If you are interested in joining the Kim lab, please email the PI ([email protected]). We will arrange a meeting to discuss the lab and research details. Undergraduate Students We offer opportunities for either class credit or paid positions. If you’re interested in joining the Kim lab, please email the PI ([email protected]) along with a cover letter explaining why you’re interested in the lab, detailing your previous research and/or computational experience, outlining your career goals, and specifying the time commitment you plan for the lab. Research Assistants The research assistant position requires a bachelor’s or master’s degree in a broad field of biology. If you’re interested in joining the Kim lab, please email the PI ([email protected]) along with a cover letter explaining why you’re interested in the lab, detailing your previous research and/or computational experience, and outlining your career goals. Candidates who are interested in PhD programs at WashU are encouraged to apply. 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