This position will study how the computations that underlie decision-making are impaired by stress and addiction. A PhD is required in applicable discipline (Neuroscience, Physics, Statistics, etc.). This is an NIH grant-funded position.
An individual with experience in statistical analysis of neural data, computational neuroscience, or a related discipline is sought. This individual will be required to analyze existing neural data and build novel simulations of how decision-making is impaired in the addicted brain. This individual will work closely with the Lapish lab, and their collaborators toward this goal.
This listing will remain open until the position is filled and applications will be evaluated on a rolling basis. If interested in applying, please email the following information to Dr. Christopher Lapish (firstname.lastname@example.org):
- Curriculum Vita (CV) including publications and skills
- Contact information of 3 references.
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