Come work with us

Are you passionate about putting your skills in neurobiology, experimental psychology, or data analysis to best use for translational psychiatry? Do you want to work on highly relevant topics and innovative approaches that may help advance treatments for aberrant motivation in the future?

If the answers are a resounding yes, then working at neuroMADLAB might be for you.

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We are hiring at many different levels from student research assistants to postdocs. If you can see yourself working with us, please get in touch.

What are we looking for in a candidate?

  • Passion for working with a diverse team of scientists with complementary skills
  • Experience in coding or eagerness to learn how to code
  • A commitment to conduct deep and robust research (transparency & openness)
  • A good understanding of statistics and a willingness to learn more

What do we offer

  • A collaborative spirit that will help you attain your professional goals as part of a dedicated team
  • Training of valuable skills such as statistical and computational modeling, neuromodulation, or science communication
  • The opportunity to take the lead on ambitious projects even if you are an early career scientist
  • Well-established procedures and innovative tools as well as ample funds to conduct challenging experiments that can move the needle in the field
  • Access to the vibrant neuroscience communities at the Universities of Excellence in Bonn and Tübingen and to our extensive net of collaborators
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Open Positions

  • Student research assistants or research trainees (primarily in Bonn).
  • PhD students (TV-L E 13), fully funded for three years as part of the IRTG 2804 “Women’s mental health across the reproductive years”. The IRTG is supported by the German Research Foundation (DFG). Every student will be co-supervised by a PI at Uppsala University. The project will be conducted in Tübingen and includes a complementary research stay of six months in Uppsala. For more information on how to apply, please visit https://irtg2804.de/

Examples of our Work

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Recent Postdoc Ads

Postdoc or PhD student (TV-L E 13), fully funded for three years as part of a project on non-invasive vagus nerve stimulation as a potential treatment for somatic symptoms in depression. The German Research Foundation (DFG) supports the project. It will be conducted in Bonn, in collaboration with Manfred Hallschmid.