[Comp-neuro] PDF Job: Computational Modeling of Neural Population Dynamics

Andrew Pruszynski andpru at gmail.com
Mon Oct 26 14:30:40 CET 2015


Postdoctoral Fellow: Computational Modeling of Neural Population Dynamics

We are looking for one full-time postdoctoral fellow for a collaborative
project between Dr. Andrew Pruszynski, Dr. Jörn Diedrichsen and Dr.
Martinez-Trujillo. This position offers the unique opportunity to analyze
and model data from both multi-unit electrophysiological recordings and
high-resolution functional imaging studies. The project is primarily
computational in nature, involving multivariate analysis and modeling of
large-scale neural networks during sensory-motor, decision, and navigation
tasks. Our labs use a broad range of methods, including single-unit and
multi-unit recordings, behavioural experiments, high-resolution functional
imaging at 7T, and computational modelling. Applicants must have a strong
mathematical and/or technical background and should have previous
publications in computational neuroscience broadly defined.

Our laboratories are located at the Brain and Mind Institute and Robarts
Research Institute, both at Western University in London, Ontario, Canada.
Systems and cognitive neuroscience are key areas of research strength at
Western University with more than 25 Principal Investigators and nearly 200
trainees.

A PhD degree in neuroscience, psychology, computer science, engineering,
kinesiology, or related fields is required. Annual salary depends on the
level of experience but will be no less than $42,000. Initial appointments
will be for a period of 1 year, with possibility for renewal. Further
inquiries and applications including a CV and a statement of research
interest should be sent by email to: andrew.pruszynski at uwo.ca. Applications
will be reviewed on a rolling basis until the position is filled.
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