[Comp-neuro] Two Cardiac Simulation/Computational Neuroscience postdoc computer modeling positions are available for development of a novel ICNS (intrinsic cardiac nervous system) simulation project.
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Mon Sep 28 20:33:39 CEST 2020
Our new NIH SPARC Initiative ICNS project aims to build and establish a new model of RAGP (right atrial ganglionic plexus) The work is being done as a collaboration between SUNY Downstate (Brooklyn, NY), and Jefferson University (Philadelphia, CT) under the auspices of a 2-year NIH SPARC Initiative grant. The two new postdocs will work closely together - one focusing primarily on cell-level modeling and the other primarily on network but with both expected to work in both areas. Candidates should have a strong background in computer programming, with demonstrated proficiency in Python. Strong interest, though not necessarily research experie
nce, in neuroscience is a must. Some experience with NEURON and NetPyNE is desirable.
Job Types: Full-time or Contract
contact: bill.lytton at downstate.edu<mailto:bill.lytton at downstate.edu>
William W. Lytton, MD
SUNY Distinguished Professor
Downstate Medical Center, Brooklyn, NY
bill.lytton at downstate.edu; http://neurosimlab.com
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