Career at neuroClues
Discover what you are
really made of.
Imagine. Dare. Achieve.
We are about to dramatically advance the diagnosis of neurological disorders worldwide. We need a Tiger Team to achieve this tremendous endeavour.
Are you ready to make it happen with us?
Time to give back to society
All that we work for is meant to have a real positive impact on society. We aim at helping clinicians, improving patients care, contributing to progress, rewarding patience and support in science. All this while keeping a minimal ecological footprint.
Our employee value proposition
Create and receive value to grow
As a company, we have some clear expectations from the people who join the team. Employees also have their own expectations from their company. We do our best to find the right balance between the two.
A great project needs a strong team
No man is an island. Neither is a company. This is why neuroClues collaborates with top-notch scientists, engineers, clinicians, academic and business partners, all enthusiastic about what they are collectively contributing to.
The role you could play
Are you ready to join the Team? Check out our current openings
Would you really like to work with us? Let us know!
Send your resume at firstname.lastname@example.org
Neuroclues by P3Lab is an equal opportunity employer and will not discriminate against any employee or applicant on the basis of age, color, disability, gender, national origin, race, religion, sexual orientation, veteran status, or any classification protected by federal, state, or local law. Personal information is never kept longer than necessary. Personal data is not provided to third parties without permission or used for marketing purposes.
News & insights
SfN poster: Evidence of an exogenous input to Superior Colliculus as a source of saccadic inhibition.
At this year’s Society for Neuroscience conference, our team presented preliminary evidence for a test that holds the potential to become a reference test in the pre-clinical
Your guide to navigating the SfN Welcome to Washington DC ! As the Society for Neuroscience’s annual meeting approaches, we are excited to present
An article written by our co-founders Antoine Pouppez and Pierre Pouget, and published on ADN: NeuroClues, a start-up developing a medical device based on eye-tracking,
Receive information on the beauty of studying eye movements and be updated about our latest progress