[Comp-neuro] PostDoc position: Indianapolis-Paris
askuznet at iupui.edu
Wed Sep 11 15:36:50 CEST 2019
*Indianapolis, Indiana, United States; Paris, France*
A one-year postdoctoral position is available for a project on
computational modeling of the influence of alcohol on the cortico-striatal
signaling. The post-doc will design a biophysical model of the
cortico-striatal brain circuitry affected by alcohol. The position is
available beginning December 2019 for one years. The post-doc will work
with Prof. Kuznetsov (Mathematics Dept. IUPUI) and collaborate with
experimentalists Prof. Atwood (IUSM) and Prof. Lapish (Psycology Dept.
IUPUI). For the first part of the project the fellow will have the
opportunity for an extended stay in Paris France together with the PI to
collaborate with Prof. Gutkin (ENS Paris). The locations provide an
excellent environment for collaborative research in quantitative
*Qualifications*: Applicants should have a Ph.D. in Mathematics, Physics,
or a related field, a background in Dynamical Systems, programming
experience and working knowledge in Computational Neuroscience.
*How to Apply:* Send your CV, list of publications, research statement,
and contact information for three references to Prof. Alexey Kuznetsov via
e-mail: askuznet at iupui.edu, or by regular mail: 402 N. Blackford Street,
LD 270, Indianapolis, IN 46202.
IUPUI is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Institution. Individuals
who require a reasonable accommodation in order to participate in the
application process must notify Cindy Ritchie at 402 N. Blackford Street,
LD 270, Indianapolis, Indiana 46202 or call (317) 274-6920, a reasonable
time in advance. IUPUI strongly encourages applications from women and
underrepresented minorities. Additional information about IUPUI and the
Department is available at www.iupui.edu and www.math.iupui.edu.
Dept. of Mathematical Sciences, IUPUI
Science Building, LD 270,
402 N. Blackford St.,
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