Positions in the Neuromodulation and Neuroprosthetic team
PhD student position
Registration deadline: 27 May 2020
Starting date: 1 October 2020
The ideal candidate is passionate about research at the interface between neuroscience and neuroengineering. He / she has a background in systems / cognitive neuroscience or in biomedical / electrical engineering. His / her tasks as a PhD student will include in vivo multichannel electrophysiological recordings and electrical brain stimulation in non-human primates performing memory tasks, and a detailed analysis of the collected data. He / she is familiar with MATLAB or Python, and has possibly some notions of C/C++. He / she has very good skills in English, a critical approach to scientific literature and is interested in both experimental and computational research.
For more information about the proposed PhD thesis, see:
Starting date: Fall 2020
The ideal candidate has a PhD in neuroscience, biomedical engineering, electrical engineering or any other relevant discipline, and is passionate about research at the interface between neuroscience and neuroengineering. Candidates with expertise in memory disorders, brain-machine interfaces, neuroprosthetics, non-human primate electrophysiology and neurostimulation are particularly encouraged to apply. Programming skills in MATLAB, Python or C++ are recommended. The candidate is expected to lead both experimental and computational research, and to mentor PhD students together with the principal investigator. Interested applicants should contact the principal investigator at .
Fabien Wagner :
Neuromodulation and Neuroprosthetics team:
Neuromodulation and Neuroprosthetics team
led by Dr. Fabien Wagner,
Institute of Neurodegenerative Diseases,
University of Bordeaux, France.
Fundings: Région Nouvelle-Aquitaine