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Postdoctoral Associate to study insect chemosensation, starting in June 2023
We are recruiting a postdoc to study chemosensory neuroscience in insects at the University of Florida. Our lab studies physiological and behavioral neuroscience in eusocial insects. We use both ant and Drosophila genetics to investigate the development and function of ant olfactory system. Details of laboratory, ongoing research projects, and recent publications can be found at http://yanlab.biology.ufl.edu and https://biology.ufl.edu/hua-yan/ Research projects may involve but not limited to identifying ligands (deorphanization) for ant odorant receptors using Dr

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