Opportunities

Our research group welcomes motivated individuals for positions as postdoctoral research associates, graduate students, undergraduate students, and visiting scholars. Please contact Dr. Johnson at johnsonm@ku.edu if you are interested in our research.

Postdoctoral Position

We currently have a postdoctoral position open for analysis of neurotransmitter interactions in brain tissue slices and in vivo. The postdoctoral researcher will develop and apply microfluidic and/or electrochemical detection methods to the analysis of neurotransmitter interactions in brain tissue slices and in vivo. Candidates should have a recent Ph.D. in chemistry, neuroscience, or a related field and have strong expertise in one or more of the following fields: microfluidics, electrochemistry, tissue culture, and in vivo neuroscience methods. If you are interested, apply online to the Postdoc Pool or Chemistry Department website and send your CV and cover letter to Dr. Johnson.

Prospective Graduate Students

Prospective graduate students who are interested in our research should apply to the Chemistry graduate program at KU. Please feel free to contact Dr. Johnson if you have questions regarding our research.

Undergraduate Students

Undergraduate education is an important component of our research program. Undergraduate researchers work closely with graduate students, postdoctoral research associates, and Dr. Johnson in accomplishing their research goals. We encourage interested individuals to contact Dr. Johnson.

Visiting Scholars

Our research group welcomes visiting scholars to learn about our research and collaborate. Please contact Dr. Johnson if you have questions.


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