A postdoctoral position on the statistical analysis of EEG data from children with autism and epilepsy is immediately available at Case Western Reserve University in Cleveland, USA. The position is funded by The Hartwell Foundation for a period of up to two years.
The selected candidate will work under the supervision of Dr. Roberto F. Galán in the department of neurosciences at CWRU. The project involves a collaboration with the department of pediatric neurology at University Hospitals on the same campus.
The successful candidate must be a US citizen, have a PhD in biomedical engineering, computational neuroscience, or related discipline. Previous experience with the analysis of EEG, MEG, or MEA data is required. Proficiency in Matlab programming will be considered an asset.
To apply for this position please send a cover letter, a CV including a list of publications and the names and contact information of two referees for recommendations to email@example.com.
J. L. Pérez Velázquez and R. F. Galán (2013). Information Gain in the Brain's Resting State: A New Perspective on Autism. Frontiers in Neuroinformatics, 7(37):1.
A. R. Antony, A. V. Alexopoulos, J. A. González-Martínez, J. C. Mosher, L. Jehi, R. C. Burgess, N. K. So and R. F. Galán (2013). Functional Connectivity Estimated from Intracranial EEG Predicts Surgical Outcome in Intractable Temporal Lobe Epilepsy. PLoS One, 8(10): e77916.
L. G. Domínguez, J. L. Pérez Velázquez and R. F. Galán (2013). A Model of Functional Brain Connectivity and Background Noise as a Biomarker for Cognitive Phenotypes: Application to Autism. PLoS One, 8(4): e61493.