[Comp-neuro] Postdoc in neural data analysis

Mark Humphries Mark.Humphries at nottingham.ac.uk
Fri Aug 9 17:20:27 CEST 2019

A 3 year postdoc post is available in the lab of Prof Mark Humphries, at the University of Nottingham (UK)

In this project, our aim is to test the overarching hypothesis that movement transitions are encoded by the same neural population reconfiguring its joint activity, for both rhythmic and discrete movements. We will tackle this question using newly-available population recordings during rhythmic movement transitions in Aplysia and discrete arm movement transitions in monkeys,

The Humphries’ group researches fundamental insights into how the joint activity of neurons encodes information about and actions in the world. For more see: https://www.humphries-lab.org

Queries: mark.humphries at nottingham.ac.uk

Deadline: 5th September

Full details, and to apply:
Job Vacancy at the University of Nottingham: Research Associate/Fellow (Fixed term)<https://jobs.nottingham.ac.uk/Vacancy.aspx?id=27005&forced=2>
Applications are invited for a postdoctoral research fellow to join the Humphries’ group on the MRC-funded project “Uncovering the neural basis of movement transitions”. The Humphries’ group researches fundamental...

Professor Mark Humphries | MRC Senior non-Clinical Fellow | Chair in Computational Neuroscience

Lab: humphries-lab.org<https://www.humphries-lab.org/>

Twitter: @markdhumphries

Public blog: https://medium.com/the-spike

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