The lab focuses on the neuronal dynamics underlying spatial navigation and learning and uses cutting-edge techniques combining high density electrophysiological recordings and optogenetics in behaving and sleeping animals. More information about our latest research here.
We are looking for talented individuals to work in the lab. The successful candidate should have either a strong background in neurophysiology or computational neuroscience. Candidates should send me a resume and the names of two references (adrien.peyrache [at] gmail [dot] com). Applications will be accepted until the positions are filled.