Stanford, CA, USA
The Haroush lab at Stanford University has open postdoctoral positions for studying the single neuronal and population basis of social interactions. Our lab employs cutting-edge large-scale neural recordings and targeted perturbation in rich social tasks based on game-theory, combined with advanced analytical approaches, brain-computer interface, machine vision and deep learning to get at how complex social computations are implemented at the single neuron and population level.
The work is funded by an NIH Director's New Innovator award. Fellows will enjoy supportive laboratory environment and a thriving collaborative interdisciplinary environment at Stanford Neurosciences, including one of the world's strongest Computational Neuroscience communities. For more details, please contact Keren Haroush directly at firstname.lastname@example.org
Bright, highly motivated, and friendly graduates with strong background in at least 2 of the following are highly encouraged to apply: viral optogenetics/2p imaging, neurophysiology, Non-human Primates, behavior, and engineering/computation. Strong background in rodent viral vector approaches is desirable but not required.