[Comp-neuro] postdoctoral positions in the Rinberg lab at NYU Neuroscience Insititute

Dmitry Rinberg rinberg at nyu.edu
Tue Sep 3 18:19:38 CEST 2019


The Rinberg lab at NYU Neuroscience Institute (www.rinberglab.com) is seeking to fill multiple postdoctoral positions at the interface of computational systems neuroscience and advanced neurotechnology.  We study how olfactory information is represented and processed in neural activity patterns, and how the brain extracts information relevant for behavior.

 <>We are using wide-field and two-photon imaging, multiunit electrophysiology and behavioral experiments, in combination with theoretical approaches, to study how odors are represented at different stages of neural processing. To understand how spatiotemporal neural codes are read by the brain and evoke behavior, we are developing optogenetic pattern stimulation techniques, including 2P holography. Most of the projects are deeply rooted in theoretical approaches and statistical modeling. In addition, as an applied direction, we are developing bio-electronic nose, a universal, versatile, and sensitive chemical detector based on the mouse olfactory system.  The lab has established strong collaborative links with multiple leading labs in theory, statistical methods, technology development, and genetics.   <>This is an excellent opportunity for computationally and technologically inclined candidates to find their niche in-between developing cutting edge technologies and applying the technologies to fundamental scientific questions.

An ideal candidate should have a background in neuroscience, physics/engineering and math. Knowledge and experience in optics, imaging, multi-neuron physiology and computational methods are a big plus. Interested applicants should send a cover letter, CV to be e-mailed to rinberg at nyu.edu 

 

 
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