[Comp-neuro] postdoctoral position at Rice University/Baylor College of Medicine
gabbiani at cns.bcm.edu
Tue Mar 3 18:26:01 CET 2015
POSTDOCTORAL POSITION IN COMPUTATIONAL NEUROSCIENCE/BIOPHYSICAL MODELING
Computational and Applied Mathematics
Department of Neuroscience
Baylor College of Medicine
A postdoctoral position in computational neuroscience is
available at Rice University and Baylor College of Medicine, in the
laboratories of Steven Cox
(Rice University) and Fabrizio Gabbiani (Baylor College of Medicine).
Our research focuses on understanding the biophysical mechanisms underlying
the implementation of non-linear operations by neurons and
neuronal circuits. The postdoctoral fellow will model the cellular and
underlying collision avoidance behaviors using advanced mathematical
techniques and computer simulations.
Modeling will be supported by a large data set
of experimental data gathered using electrophysiology,
pharmacology, calcium imaging, high-speed video imaging and telemetry.
We are looking for a highly motivated candidate with a strong background
in computational modeling of single neurons and neuronal circuits.
Experience with Matlab and NEURON is required. The position is available
for one year, with possibility of
renewal for a second year, contingent of performance and funding
Salary will be commensurate with level of experience, based on an NIH
scale. Applications will be accepted until May 15, 2015.
Our labs are located at Rice University and in the adjacent Texas
Medical Center, close to many
of Houston's cultural and outdoor amenities. For further information
about Rice University, the Texas Medical Center and Houston please visit
For further informal inquiries and to apply, please send CV, the names
contact information of two to three references, as well as one to two
representative publications to cox at rice.edu and gabbiani at bcm.edu.
Fabrizio Gabbiani phone: (713) 798 1849
Department of Neuroscience fax: (713) 798 3946
Baylor College of Medicine email: gabbiani at bcm.edu
One Baylor Plaza, web: glab.bcm.tmc.edu
Houston, TX 77030 mail stop: BCM295
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