[Comp-neuro] Postdoctoral Position in Electrocorticography at NYU
lmelloni at gmail.com
Sun Feb 4 18:40:32 CET 2018
We have an opening for a POSTDOCTORAL POSITION IN ELECTROCORTICOGRAPHY RESEARCH AT NYU. See below for details.
Thanks and all the best, Lucia
POSTDOCTORAL POSITION IN ELECTROCORTICOGRAPHY RESEARCH AT NYU
NYU School of Medicine has an opening for a Postdoctoral Researcher to conduct Human intracranial EEG and electrocortigoraphy (ECoG) research. The postdoctoral researcher will work with the clinical neurology team to
conduct neurophysiological research in surgical patients undergoing treatment for refractory epilepsy implanted with intracranial electrodes (surface, depth). Research approaches will include both recording and stimulation.
The postdoctoral fellow will be a member of a collaborative team that includes Lucia Melloni (NYU and Max Planck Institute, Frankfurt), Adeen Flinker (NYU), Charan Ranganath (UC Davis), Sam Gershman (Harvard), Ken Norman & Uri Hasson (Princeton), and Jeff Zacks (Washington University). The goal of the research studies will be to use real-time measures of brain activity to investigate how cortico-hippocampal interactions support event segmentation, schema formation, and memory for complex events.
The ideal applicant must have a Ph.D. in neuroscience, psychology, biomedical engineering, or a related field. Proficiency in oral and written English is mandatory. A solid background in programming, statistics, and scientific writing is required. The candidate is expected to be able to work independently, to enjoy interacting within an interdisciplinary team, and to have a track-record of peer-reviewed publications. Previous experience with human electrophysiology or machine learning will be an asset. Start date is negotiable. Interested individuals should send an email to lucia.melloni at nyumc.org <mailto:lucia.melloni at nyumc.org>, including a cover letter describing research experience and qualifications, an academic CV, and contact information of referees.
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