[Comp-neuro] Post Doc Position available in Brain-Machine Interfacing

Dawn Taylor dxt42 at case.edu
Fri Jan 6 22:48:57 CET 2012

We are seeking outstanding post doc candidates for research in motor
control, brain-machine interfaces, and neuroprosthetics. Ideal candidates
will have experience in neural recording and signal processing and
proficiency in programming (Matlab experience is ideal). A PhD in
Biomedical Engineering, Computer Engineering or Neurosciences is preferred
but other applicants will be considered.

This is an excellent postdoc opportunity for someone wanting to conduct
experiments using intracortical unit activity, local field potentials, and
regional field potentials (from microECoG) for control of a virtual
upper-limb neuroprosthesis. Design of adaptive decoding systems is a major
focus of this lab. Opportunities for expansion into Parkinsons/DBS work is
also available for the right motivated person.

Candidates should submit a curriculum vitae and a brief statement of
research experience and interests to Dr. Dawn Taylor at dxt42 at case.edu.

*Cleveland Clinic is an Equal Opportunity, Affirmative Action Employer*

Dawn M. Taylor, Ph.D.
Assistant Professor of Neuroscience, Cleveland Clinic
Researcher Scientist, Cleveland VA Medical Center, Functional Electrical
Stimulation Center
Assistant Professor of Biomedical Engineering & of Molecular Medicine, Case
Western Reserve University

The Cleveland Clinic
Lerner Research Institute
9500 Euclid Ave. / NC30
Cleveland, OH 44195
email: dxt42 at case.edu or taylord8 at ccf.org
Phone: (216) 636-0140
Fax: (216) 778-4259
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