Positions

The Edmond and Lily Safra Center for Brain Sceince - ELSC, is an institute for academic excellence and is currently being built at the Edmond J. Safra Campus, Jerusalem thanks to the generous support of the Edmond J. Safra Philanthropic Foundation.

ELSC has openings for new faculty positions to be filled. As well as, post doctoral training positions for outstandingstudents at the center's laboratories.

On this page we also publish open positions available with our collegues and friends. If you want to publish an open position in Neuroscience please cotact our webmaster via the contact us form.

Positions at ELSC

דרוש/ה  עמית מחקר לניהול מעבדה פעילה
דרוש/ה עמית מחקר לניהול מעבדה פעילה תיאור התפקיד:אחריות על פעילות מחקרית במעבדת פרופ׳ עדי מזרחי (נוירוביולוגיה)  ובכלל זה:•    ניהול וביצוע של פרוייקט מחקר.•    הנחיית תלמידים לתארים מתקדמים.•    אחריות על תחום הבטיחות במעבדה.  •  &nbs
Interdisciplinary Postdoctoral Program in Brain Sciences
ELSC invites applications for postdoctoral fellows in the following fields: Theoretical and Computational Neuroscience, Systems Neuroscience, Molecular and Cellular Mechanisms, Cognitive Neuroscience, and Neuronal Circuits.
Open positions for a PhD candidate in the laboratories of Prof. Leon Deouell and Dr. Yoni Pertzov
Open positions for a PhD candidate in the laboratories of Prof. Leon Deouell and Dr. Yoni Pertzov
Mid-Career Neuroscientists Positions at ELSC
Mid-Career Neuroscientists Positions at ELSC

Positions in Neuroscience

51Blue is a Start-up company - Job Offer (Freelance Researcher)
51Blue is a Start-Up company focusing on the training of our Emotional Brain.  Seminars and The Comprehensive ‘51Blue Training App’ are expected to be launched in 2018.   
Neuroscientist position in Sheba Medical Center
March 27, 2017 Neuroscientist position
Postdoctoral position on the brain mechanisms of auditory attention using intracranial EEG in Human
Postdoctoral position on the brain mechanisms of auditory attention using intracranial EEG in Human This position is available in Lyon, France at the Lyon Neuroscience Research Center, DYCOG Team (Dir. Olivier Bertrand) under the direction of Aurélie Bidet-Caulet, Ph.D.