Graduate Student

If you are at Princeton and interested in a rotation, please send me an email and we will schedule a time to talk. I am looking for graduate students with a passion for science and an interest in dissecting the neural circuits underlying behavior. Given the interdisciplinary nature of the research in the lab, spanning optical, electrophysiological, behavioral, molecular/genetic, and computational approaches, a wide range of backgrounds and interests are appropriate, including neuroscience, psychology, molecular biology, physics, and engineering. During a rotation, students will have the opportunity to learn at least one new technique, and either contribute to an ongoing project or else begin a new project. 

If you are not at Princeton, you would apply through Psychology or the Neuroscience Institute.


We are always looking for talented postdocs, in particular candidates with experience in electrophysiology and/or imaging. If you are interested, please send me an email with your CV and a description of your past research experience and future research interests (including contact information of 3 references).


If you are a motivated undergraduate enthusiastic about neural circuits and behavior, please send me an email with your CV and a brief explanation of your interests.