[Comp-neuro] post-doctoral position in computational neuroscience at Duke University

Nicolas Brunel nicolas.brunel at duke.edu
Tue Aug 27 16:12:40 CEST 2019


A post-doctoral position is available in the group of Nicolas Brunel
in the Department of Neurobiology at Duke University (Durham, NC,
USA), to work on theoretical models of learning in the cerebellum. The
position is funded by a Brain Initiative NIH grant to a collaboration
between Steve Lisberger (Duke), Court Hull (Duke), Javier Medina
(Baylor), and Nicolas Brunel, whose goal is to infer learning rules
used by the cerebellum using electrophysiological and imaging data of multiple
cell types recorded in different animals and different motor
tasks. Applicants should have a strong background in computational
neuroscience, physics and/or applied mathematics. Prior experience
with computational neuroscience is a plus, but it is not
required. Applications will be considered until the position is
filled. The ideal starting date is before the end of 2019. To
apply, send a letter with a CV to nicolas.brunel at duke.edu, and ask
three people send letters of recommendation to the same address.

For more information about the lab, see
https://www.neuro.duke.edu/research/faculty-labs/brunel-lab

For more information about the position, and a link to apply, see
https://careers.duke.edu/job/Durham-POSTDOCTORAL-ASSOCIATE-NEUROBIOLOGY-NC-27710/586047700/

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