The Meeks lab is seeking motivated, quantitatively-oriented postdoctoral fellows to work on mechanisms of neural circuit function in the accessory olfactory system.
If you are interested, please send your C.V. and a list of three references to firstname.lastname@example.org
June 2014: Julian was interviewed for a "People Behind the Science" podcast. The show's mission is to "inspire other scientists and future scientists, share the different paths to a successful career in science, educate the general population on what scientists do, and show the human side of science."
March 2014: We are excited to announce the Meeks Lab’s upcoming first independent publication in the Journal of Visualized Experiments (JoVE, article currently in press). Wayne Doyle and Gary Hammen from the lab of Tim Holy, at Washington University in St. Louis, helped set up the first systematic visualization of the unique ex vivo protocol Julian developed as a postdoc with Dr. Holy. The video shoot was quite an experience.
September 2013: We are now seeking to hire a motivated postdoctoral fellow to work on mechanisms of neural circuit function in the accessory olfactory system. See above for details.
April 2013: We are sad to say goodbye to Jennifer – who helped the lab grow and become organized in her brief time here. Good luck in your new master’s program, Jennifer.
March 2013: The Meeks Lab welcomes Wayne Doyle to the team. He will study information processing in the accessory olfactory bulb for his Ph.D. thesis.
January 2013: We are so happy to have Hillary Cansler joining us! She will study mechanisms of AOS plasticity for her Ph.D. thesis.
August 2012: The Meeks Lab welcomes Jennifer Torres and Marina Maksimova.
April 2012: The Meeks Lab is now open for business!