The primary focus of my NIH-funded laboratory is on rodent
sleep studies. However, we do have collaborative efforts with other
investigators that involve data from human subjects. The position may provide opportunities for
data analysis in the context of human studies, but will primarily emphasize
rodent neurophysiological studies.
The position entails collection of neurophysiological
signals and behavioral data from rodent subjects. Preexisting expertise with neurophysiological
and behavioral measurements in either rodent or human subjects is a requirement.
The position will involve quantitative analyses of
electroencephalographic and other neurophysiological data. Demonstrated computational
skills are a requirement.
Previous experience with the Matlab computing environment is
Job duties will include analysis of molecular, genetic and
epigenetic data. Preexisting expertise
in these techniques is preferred but not necessary.