We are seeking inquisitive, dedicated scientists at all stages of training to join the lab. Our motto is "work hard, play harder, publish hardest, then sleep". Actually, we strive to create a fun, lively, and stimulating lab environment where great science will happen. Our goal is to contribute major advances to the understanding of neuropsychiatric disease, and also train the next generation of passionate researchers. We expect all lab members to push hard at work, but believe a full life outside of lab is important to success within it. 

A background in working with Drosophila, molecular genetic approaches, imaging techniques, or computer programming is desirable but not required. 

Interested? Contact Matt Kayser at: