[Comp-neuro] Postdoctoral fellowship in Leeds, UK

N Cohen netta at comp.leeds.ac.uk
Thu May 22 14:52:14 CEST 2008

Postdoctoral Fellowship (Full Time)

Biosystems Group
School of Computing
University of Leeds
Leeds, United Kingdom

Modelling of complex biological networks

A postdoctoral fellowship is available immediately to work with Dr. Netta 
Cohen at the Biosystems Group, School of Computing in the University of 
Leeds for approximately two years.

Research areas covered in the group include:

Computational neuroscience
Worm locomotion and neural control
Gene regulation networks
Stochastic dynamics in complex networks

The Biosystems Group offers a unique environment in which a critical mass 
of modellers and experimentalists interact with each other and with other 
research groups in related fields, including mathematics, physics, 
computer science and machine learning, mechanical engineering/robotics and 
biological sciences.

For further details of our research, please see:

We are seeking a candidate who can demonstrate excellence in research, a 
relevant track record in computational modelling for biological systems 
and strong interpersonal skills. You should be willing to work closely 
with collaborators modellers or experimentalists.

All highly motivated candidates with a PhD in Physical, Mathematical or 
Computer sciences, or other relevant areas to the project are encouraged 
to apply.

International applications are welcome.

University Grade 7 (£28,290- £33,780 p.a.) or University Grade 8
(£34,79 - £41,545 p.a.) Exact period of contract is dependent on

Informal enquiries to Dr Netta Cohen, tel +44 (0)113 343 6789, email
netta at comp.leeds.ac.uk

To apply on line please visit jobs.leeds.ac.uk, click on research and 
follow the link to the Job Ref number below. Alternatively application 
packs are available from Ms Judi Drew, tel +44 (0)113 343 5432, email 
j.a.drew at leeds.ac.uk

Job ref 312300
Closing date 13 June 2008

Applications received until 13 June 2008 are guaranteed full 

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