[visionlist] Post-doctoral trainee in visual structure from motion, Rutgers University

Ralph M. Siegel axon at cortex.rutgers.edu
Mon Mar 28 13:21:13 GMT 2005

Two positions: 

Analysis of visual structure-from-motion in primates. 

(1) Representation of optic flow, space and attention in the parietal lobes (7a and DP) is being examined in the behaving rhesus. These studies utilize the novel approach of chronic intrinsic optical recording. Single unit physiology skills crucial as well as familiarity with computational approaches. If you know behaving primate, excellent.

(2) Two photon imaging in vivo. Same questions as above with a different technology. Experience with rodent electrical in vitro and/or intracellular approaches handy.

Reasonable computation skills necessary. Superb experimental and computational facilities in a multi-disciplinary research center. NY-NJ Metro area.

Ralph Siegel, Ph.D. 
Center for Molecular and Behavioral Neuroscience Rutgers, The State University 
197 University Avenue 
Newark, NJ 07102 
phone: 973-353-1080 x3261 
axon at cortex.rutgers.edu 

Papers: http://visual.rutgers.edu/~axon/reprints <http://visual.rutgers.edu/~axon/reprints>  
Web page: http://cmbn.rutgers.edu/faculty/siegeldocs/rsiegel.html 

Term: Available immediately. 
Salary: NIH levels plus supplement. 
Please send statement of research interests, curriculum vitae, and names of three references. 

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