Neuromodulation is a fast-developing field involving neuroscience and engineering. Our research in the Department of Urology, University of Pittsburgh focuses on the mechanisms underlying neuromodulation of lower urinary tract function and development of novel methods to modulate or block nerve activity. Animal studies are performed in our lab to examine the neuroanatomy and neurophysiology underlying neuromodulation, while computer modeling/simulation is employed to reveal the ion channel mechanisms underlying electrical nerve stimulation/block. The postdoctoral associate will be mainly participating in animal studies.
PhD in neuroscience, biology, or biomedical engineering
Strong English writing and verbal presentation skills
Experience in animal surgery is preferred
Experience in electrophysiology or histology is a plus
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