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Postdoctoral Position in Systems and Computational Neuroscience
University of Connecticut


Date Posted Sep. 22, 2022
Title Postdoctoral Position in Systems and Computational Neuroscience
University University of Connecticut
Storrs, CT, United States
Department Electrical & Computer Engineering
Application Deadline Open until filled
Position Start Date Available immediately
 
 
  • Post-Doc
  • Neurobiology/Neuroscience
    Biomedical Engineering/Biomedical Sciences
 
 

Position: The Physiological Acoustics Lab (http://escabilab.uconn.edu) at the University of Connecticut seeks applicants for a postdoctoral position in systems and computational neuroscience. We are seeking highly motivated and creative applicants that can lead a project on perception and neural coding of speech and vocalizations in the presence of competing natural environmental noises (e.g., restaurant noise, busy street, construction noise etc.). The broad project goal is to study the neural basis for listening in noisy environments and to devise a general computational theory that accounts for perception and physiology. The project will use a variety of experimental approaches including human perception, awake animal electrophysiology, large scale neural recording, and computational modeling.

UConn has a vibrant neuroscience community and there are opportunities for collaboration between departments and institutes. The primary appointment is in Biomedical Engineering, but the work will be conducted in collaboration with the Behavioral Neuroscience division in the Psychology department (Statistical Neuroscience Lab, http://stevenson.lab.uconn.edu; Sensory Perception and Neuroscience Lab, http://read.lab.uconn.edu) as well as Electrical and Computer Engineering and Biomedical Engineering.

Qualifications: A PhD in Neuroscience, Biomedical Engineering, Electrical Engineering, Computational Neuroscience, or a related field is required. The ideal candidate will have an interdisciplinary research background in computational and systems neuroscience with prior research experience in awake animal neurophysiology. A strong analytic background in neural data analysis is desirable, particularly modeling neural systems and analyzing datasets from large-scale multi-channel neural recordings. Experience with acoustic signal processing, sound recognition, and machine learning is also desirable.

Appointment: The position is funded through an R01 grant and salaries follow NIH post-doctoral scale and are based on experience. Applicants should email “escabi at engr dot uconn dot edu” a single PDF file containing:

1) resume including past research experience and published work

2) one page statement of prior research experience

3) one page statement of future research interests and objectives

4) names of at least two individuals who can provide reference letters


  • The University of Connecticut is an EEO/AA employer.


 
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Contact Information

 
  • Brandy Ciraldo
    Electrical & Computer Engineering
    University of Connecticut
    371 Fairfield Way, U-2157
    Storrs, CT 06269-2157
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  • 860-486-1323
  • 860-486-2447
  • brandy.ciraldo@uconn.edu

 

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