[Comp-neuro] computational neuroscience post-doctoral opportunity in Boston

Stephanie Jones srjones at nmr.mgh.harvard.edu
Sat Jun 25 16:33:02 CEST 2011


Computational neuroscience post-doc opportunity

The Mass General Hospital Martinos Center for Biomedical imaging has  
an open post-doctoral opportunity for a computational neuroscientist  
to work with Drs Stephanie Jones, Matti Hamailainen and Steve  
Stufflebeam developing and analyzing biophysically principled  
computational neural models to study MEG/EEG measured brain rhythms  
and their coordination in health and diseases.  The recruited post-doc  
will work among larger network of Boston area scientists at BU, MIT,  
Brown and Tufts, funded by the NSF as the “Cognitive Rhythms  
Collaborative” who have begun to bring together various theoretical  
and experimental techniques to advance our understanding of the brain  
dynamics. Please see http://cbd.bu.edu/positions.htm for participating  
scientists. The post-doc hired under this ad will work closely with  
human imaging experimentalists at MGH to develop and analyze  
biophysically based dynamical systems models of cognitively relevant  
circuits to study the origin and functions of neural rhythms. The post- 
doc will have some flexibility in projects within the interests of the  
MGH group including mechanisms of attention and perception, aging and  
development, and neural abnormalities in epilepsy and Parkinson’s  
disease.

Interested candidates should send a CV, statement of research  
interests, and three letters of recommendation sent to srjones at nmr.mgh.harvard.edu


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