The Rice NeuroE research group is looking for a talented individual to join the lab. The ideal applicant would have experience doing neural recordings in awake behaving animals, strong data analysis skills, and a particular interest in real-time manipulation of neural coding. Applicants with a background in signal processing algorithms and an interest in learning techniques for electrophysiology in awake behaving rodents will also potentially be considered.
Further information about the NeuroE lab can be found on this website. The position is available starting immediately, with a two year, potentially renewable, appointment. Please send applications including a CV and contact information for two references to caleb.kemere [at] rice.edu.