[Comp-neuro] Funded PhD position in Statistical Analysis of Neural Data at UConn

Ian Stevenson ian.stevenson at uconn.edu
Mon Oct 15 19:20:09 CEST 2018


The Statistical Neuroscience Lab at the University of Connecticut is
recruiting PhD students to start Fall 2019. These are fully-funded
positions, and candidates will be working in close collaboration with
experimental collaborators to develop methods for modeling neural dynamics,
interactions, and plasticity from large-scale spike train data.

Qualifications: Our work is highly interdisciplinary, and applicants must
have strong quantitative skills. Previous experience with neuroscience is
helpful but not necessary. Candidates with backgrounds in physics,
statistics, computer science, engineering, and related areas are welcome to
apply.

Applying: Interested students should apply through the UConn
Neuroscience (*https://grad.psych.uconn.edu/prospective/phd/application-deadlines/
<https://grad.psych.uconn.edu/prospective/phd/application-deadlines/>*)
or Biomedical Engineering
(*http://www.bme.uconn.edu/academics/graduate-program/about-the-graduate-program-in-biomedical-engineering
<http://www.bme.uconn.edu/academics/graduate-program/about-the-graduate-program-in-biomedical-engineering>*)
PhD
programs. Deadlines are Feb 1 for Neuroscience and Jan 1 for BME.

Contact ian.stevenson at uconn.edu for more information

Thanks,
Ian Stevenson
Assistant Professor
University of Connecticut
Department of Psychological Sciences
stevenson.lab.uconn.edu
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