[Comp-neuro] Translational Neurophysiology - RA, Postdoc, or Staff Scientist
Platt, Jo Ann
JAPlatt at northwell.edu
Tue Mar 13 02:32:02 CET 2018
The Translational Neurophysiology Laboratory at the Center for Bioelectronic Medicine, headed by Assistant Professor Stavros Zanos MD PhD, focuses on physiological and translational research and development of bioelectronic devices and therapies in small (rodents) and large animal (swine) models. The lab utilizes a variety of techniques from neurophysiology and cardiovascular physiology, acute and chronic implants, experimental surgical and interventional techniques and bioelectronic systems for closed-loop neural recording and stimulation, both in health and in disease models. The ultimate goal is to develop neuromodulation therapies that will observe the state of the organism and the organ system that is targeted, to deliver individualized treatment of diseases in real-time.
The successful candidate will be involved in the development of novel paradigms to record from and adaptively modulate the function of the central and peripheral nervous system (brain, spinal cord, ganglia, peripheral nerves) in rodents, in healthy animals and in disease models.
Mouse and rat stereotaxic brain surgery
Extracellular and/or intracellular in vivo neurophysiology
Histology, tract tracing
Keywords : neurophysiology, small animal, rodent, recording, stimulation, brain, peripheral nerves, chronic implants, surgery, optogenetics, optical imaging, autonomic nervous system
Qualifications : Doctorate degree (Ph.D, M.D. or D.V.M.), required (MSc for research associate candidates) Authored/co-authored research papers and/or scientific abstracts, required. Research experience in rodent neurophysiology, required. In vivo optical imaging and optogenetic stimulation experience, preferred. Knowledge of data analysis software (e.g. Matlab), preferred.
Send email including cover letter, CV and publications to: jojoplatt at theplattassociates.com
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