We seek twofull–time postdoctoral fellows to conduct systems level electrophysiology-based investigations. Both of these positions are funded by multi-year NIH grants. Our research takes a systems level perspective to the neurobiology underlying motor control in both normal and pathological conditions (http://gangulylab.org/). There are openings in two specific projects:
1) Neuroprosthetics: We are starting a pilot clinical trial to test direct brain control of a complex upper limb device. The candidate is expected to take the lead on infrastructure development, and for experiments and data analysis.
2) Upper Limb Recovery: We also seek a candidate to lead a translational project to discover the neurophysiological basis of upper limb recovery. More specifically, this study will perform studies to elucidate the neural basis of newly identified neurophysiological biomarkers of motor recovery.
Experience with electrophysiology and computational analysis is essential.
Experience with local field potentials and ECoG would be beneficial.
PhD, MD, or an equivalent degree is required.
2 openings. Employer will assist with relocation costs.
Additional Salary Information: Salary will be based on level of experience and is negotiable.