We seek a motivated individual with experience with computer programming to join the Thomas Jefferson computational epilepsy research laboratory. Your work will focus on understanding how human memory can be modulated with electrical stimulation. You will also be involved in researching the basic mechanisms of epileptogenesis.
Matlab programming, LINUX, prior experience with neurophysiology and/or neuroimaging would be ideal but not essential.
About Thomas Jefferson Computational Epilepsy Research Lab
The Thomas Jefferson Computational Epilepsy Research Laboratory seeks to hire a post-doctoral fellow to begin in September 2017. Our laboratory utilizes microelectrode recordings of single units, macroelectrode recordings of intracranial EEG, and scalp EEG to better understand the pathophysiology of epilepsy and study working memory. We also seek to develop translational methods that aide clinicia...ns and patients. The lab is NIH and DOD funded, and our PI Dr. Shennan Aibel Weiss is well established in the clinical integration of high-frequency oscillations.