Join our team!
Have you ever wondered what is happening in our brains during fear or anxiety?
Do you want to know how absence epilepsy develops and persist during adolescence?
You can start answering these questions in our lab using various anatomical, electrophysiological, molecular, chemo- and optogenetic tools and behavioural procedures involving experimental animals (mice).
Would you like to take part in the experimental work of a team of young neuroscientists?
We are looking for motivated, determined BSc/MSc students who are willing to learn new scientific skills to join us as undergraduate researchers or PhD students. Students with background in life sciences are especially welcome, but technical and programming skills are also highly appreciated. At least intermediate (B2) level English language skills are required. Visiting students (e.g., Erasmus) are also welcome.
Students in our lab won several local (TDK) and national (OTDK) awards at Scientific Congresses for Undergraduated Students, completed numerous New National Excellence Program (ÚNKP) or Cooperative Doctoral Program (KDP) funded projects and represented our lab successfully at various national and international neuroscientific conferences in the recent years.
If you feel interested in our work, don't hesitate to contact us!