[Comp-neuro] Scientific programmer or hardware/software engineer needed at UCSF

Philip N. Sabes sabes at phy.ucsf.edu
Thu Nov 4 20:22:09 CET 2010


                   Philip N. Sabes (PI)
          Keck Center for Integrative Neurobiology
                 Department of Physiology
          University of California, San Francisco

A scientific programmer is needed in the laboratory of Philip Sabes
in the Keck Center for Integrative Neurobiology at UCSF.

Primary responsibilities will be the ongoing development,
testing, and maintenance of our systems for behavioral control,
high channel-count electrophysiological recording and
stimulation, and in-vivo multichannel optical stimulation.  We
are looking for a candidate who can help design new technological
solutions to expand our experimental capabilities.

Applicants must meet the following requirements: bachelor’s
degree in a relevant engineering or science discipline, with an
advanced degree preferred; strong programming skills; experience
in hardware/software interfacing and/or optical or electronic
circuit design; communication skills to work effectively with lab
members during design and implementation phases.  Applicants with
the following will be preferred: experience working in scientific
lab environment; experience dealing with high-volume data
processing and analysis.  Salary is commensurate with experience.

For details about the lab and open positions, please visit our
website, http://keck.ucsf.edu/~sabes/Positions.html.

Interested candidates should send a CV and a cover letter
describing their relevant experience and interests to Philip
Sabes, sabes at phy.ucsf.edu.

Philip N. Sabes
Associate Professor
Department of Physiology         | office:    HSE 816
513 Parnassus Ave., Room HSE-816 | phone:     (415) 476-0364
University of California         | fax:       (415) 502-4848
San Francisco, CA 94143-0444     | email:     sabes at phy.ucsf.edu
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