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SYNAPSES:

Seminars at Yale Neuroscience: Advanced PoStdoc Extramural Series

2023-2024 SYNAPSES

The Neuroscience Department and Kavli Institute for Neuroscience at Yale are pleased to announce the 2023-2024 SYNAPSES seminar series.

SYNAPSES (Seminars at Yale Neuroscience: Advanced PoStdoc Extramural Series) brings to Yale postdocs from around the world to share their latest work. Plans will be to hold in-person visits starting November 2023. During their in-person visit, selected speakers will present their research to the Yale Neuroscience Community, talk with faculty members in one-on-one meetings, and interact with Yale postdocs.

The Kavli Institute will cover the costs of travel and accommodation and will pay a small honorarium to all selected speakers (if eligible).

Deadline: The application period is now closed.

The Yale Neuroscience Department encompasses a broad spectrum of interests. This includes molecular, cellular, synaptic, systems, behavioral, cognitive, and computational approaches to understanding the nervous system. Thus, we encourage applications from postdocs in any area of neuroscience. Our Department is interested in showcasing a diverse group of scientists and we realize that the full potential of neuroscience research lies in the creative power that diverse perspectives bring to the field. Women and underrepresented minority postdocs are strongly encouraged to apply. International postdocs are also welcome to apply.

Upcoming SYNAPSES Events

Jan 20244Thursday
Feb 20241Thursday
Apr 20244Thursday
May 20242Thursday
Jun 20246Thursday

Application Requirements

In your application (except for your CV), do not indicate any reference to your institution or lab since our initial stage of evaluation is blinded. Before going to the application, please be prepared to provide:

  1. CV (PDF)
  2. In text format:
    1. Research Talk Title.
    2. Research Talk Abstract (limit 300 words.)
    3. What do you think is the biggest scientific challenge in advancing Neuroscience and how would you address it? (limit 300 words) It should be scientific or research focused. There are no other specific guidelines.
    4. Diversity Statement: Please include (a) Knowledge about Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion and its importance in the Sciences and (b) your track record in advancing Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion. It can span a range of lived experiences, including marginalized backgrounds, and/or demonstrated commitment to promoting diversity, equity and inclusion in academia (limit 300 words).

SYNAPSES Selection Committee: