[Comp-neuro] Post-Doctoral Fellowship in Whole Brain Modelling

John Griffiths j.davidgriffiths at gmail.com
Mon Feb 25 17:24:45 CET 2019


Post-Doctoral Fellowship in Whole Brain Modelling

The Whole Brain Modelling Group (PI Dr. John Griffiths; www.grifflab.com)
at the Krembil Centre for Neuroinformatics, Toronto, is looking to hire a
Post-Doctoral Fellow with a strong background in computational neuroscience
and/or neuroimaging. The successful candidate shall spearhead the group's
efforts in computational modelling of large-scale brain dynamics, with a
particular focus on brain stimulation (TMS, TDCS), EEG, neural plasticity,
and macro-connectomics.

The fellow will have the opportunity to shape the details of the project
based on their specific interests, as well as to contribute to other
ongoing projects on a range of topics, including: neuroinformatics of
whole-brain modelling, mapping and modelling anatomical connectivity and
microstructure with DWI in relation to ageing and stroke, and multi-scale
modelling of the thalamocortical system in relation to sleep,
pharmacological neuromodulation, and neuropsychiatric disease.

The successful candidate will have a PhD in neuroscience, engineering,
physics, psychology, or related area, a track record for independent
research, and a strong publication record. Strong programming skills and
familiarity with neuroimaging data analysis (s/d/fMRI and/or M/EEG) are
required; experience with computational modelling using numerical
simulations (particularly modelling of neural population activity with
mean-field/neural mass/neural field techniques) would be advantageous.

Full details of the position and application instructions can be found at
www.grifflab.com/positions/

For informal inquiries, please email Dr. John Griffiths at
john.griffiths at camh.ca with the title “Post-Doctoral Fellowship in Whole
Brain Modelling” in the subject line.


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Dr. John D. Griffiths

Independent Scientist @ Krembil Centre for Neuroinformatics, CAMH, Toronto

Assistant Professor @ Department of Psychiatry, University of Toronto

www.grifflab.com
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