Postdoc, Stanford University

  • Postdoc
  • Neural computations underlying dynamic social interactions
  • Applications have closed
Lab Website: keren-haroush?tab=research-and-scholarship

Stanford, CA, USA


Description:

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.
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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 kharoush@stanford.edu



Qualifications/Preferred Skillsets:

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.


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