[Comp-neuro] Dual computational-experimental Postdoctoral position

Jean-Marc fellous at email.arizona.edu
Sun Oct 19 21:17:01 CEST 2014


University of Arizona (Tucson, AZ)

The Computational and Experimental Neuroscience Laboratory 
<http://amygdala.psychdept.arizona.edu/lab.html> is looking for a 
Postdoctoral Research Fellow. The research project is geared towards 
understanding the role of awake hippocampal replay in spatial 
navigation. The techniques used include high density electrophysiology 
in the behaving rat. The project is multidisciplinary and involves 
collaboration with a robotics team (University of South Florida, Tampa) 
and a computational neuroscience team (INSERM, Lyon, France). Good 
communication skills are necessary. This position is also appropriate 
for a computational neuroscientist with some experimental background 
interested in branching out to experimental neuroscience.

Applicants with a subset of the following skill set are strongly 
encouraged to apply:

- Scientific expertise or interests in hippocampus and/or prefrontal-cortex
- Electrophysiology (in vivo chronic behaving, or in vitro)
- Behavioral Neuroscience (rat training/testing)
- General laboratory skills (e.g. histology, surgery)
- Matlab programming and spike-data analyses

Applicant should send a cover letter, CV and the names of at least 2 
references to Dr. Jean-Marc Fellous (fellous at email.arizona.edu). The 
search is ongoing and is projected to be completed by *October 30th, 2014*.

The CENL and the University of Arizona are committed to maintaining a 
diverse and inclusive work environment and women and minorities are 
encouraged to apply. The University of Arizona is an equal opportunity, 
affirmative action employer. Information about the laboratory can be 
found at:
http://emotion.psychdept.arizona.edu/lab.html


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