[Comp-neuro] SFN interviews for post-doc in Computational Neuroscience at Brown University

Stephanie Jones stephanie_jones at brown.edu
Fri Oct 28 17:18:13 CEST 2011


Interviews for a Computational Neuroscience post-doctoral position in  
the Dept. of Neuroscience at Brown University will be held at the  
annual SFN meeting. Interested candidate should contact Stephanie_Jones at brown.edu

Postdoctoral Position in Computational Neuroscience at Brown University

A postdoctoral position in computational neuroscience is available in  
the Department of Neuroscience at Brown University to work jointly in  
the labs of Drs. Stephanie Jones and Christopher Moore. We seek to  
train a postdoctoral researcher in biophysically principled  
computational neuroscience methods. The trainee will work side by side  
with experimentalists to receive interdisciplinary systems level  
neuroscience training in the integration of theory and  
experimentation. Model development and analysis will be under the  
mentorship of Dr. Jones and integration with experimental data under  
the direction of Dr. Moore. Fundamental to the research will be the  
development and analysis of neural models of basal ganglia-thalamic- 
cortical circuits to study the mechanistic origin and importance of  
brain oscillations. The opportunity for this training comes from an  
NSF sponsored Collaborative Efforts in Computational Neuroscience  
grant. Qualified candidates should have a strong mathematics  
background with experience in dynamical systems methods for simulating  
neural circuits. The application deadline for the position is ongoing  
and candidates will be considered until the position is filled.  
Interested candidates should send a CV, statement of research  
interests, and three letters of recommendation sent to Stephanie_Jones at Brown.edu 
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