Postdoctoral Position in Neurophysiology
Cleveland Clinic’s Lerner Research Institute
The Department of Neurosciences of the Cleveland Clinic’s Lerner Research Institute seeks to hire a postdoctoral fellow to support federally-funded projects exploring novel neuromodulation approaches for the treatment of stroke and Parkinson’s disease. The position forms part of our interdisciplinary program that brings together Neuroscientists, Biomedical Engineers, as well as physician-scientists from the Center for Neurological Restoration and the Department of Radiology within the number two-ranked hospital in the United States. The successful applicant will participate in work that combines behavioral assessments of therapeutic efficacy with both invasive (i.e., deep brain stimulation) and non-invasive neurostimulation techniques to carry-out a systems-based approach to understanding neurophysiological changes across the sensorimotor brain networks in both humans and preclinical models of disease. Ph.D. (or equivalent) students with relevant education or experience in neurophysiology, biomedical engineering, or motor control are invited to apply, though preference will be given to candidates with experience in array-based multi-unit neuronal or local field potential signal processing techniques.
The neuroscience research community at Cleveland Clinic spans the research and clinical institutes and includes neuroscientists, biomedical engineers, physicists, mathematicians, geneticists, molecular biologists, and physician-scientists. Investigators within the neuroscience community are supported by one of the top and largest clinical neurological institutes in the country, comprised of more than 200 medical and surgical specialists dedicated to the treatment of neurological and psychiatric disorders. Neuroscience research is supported by state-of-the-art molecular biology labs, small and large animal neurophysiology labs, small-animal MRI, the largest single center repository of human intracranial electrophysiology data bank from patients with epilepsy (subdural grids and SEEG depth electrodes), and one of the most active and integrated neuromodulation centers in the country. Exceptional collaboration possibilities between laboratory and clinical scientists, and access to large populations of patients, provide a unique opportunity for translational investigations.
Please send your curriculum vitae, a brief description of research interests and career goals, and contact information for three references to Dr. Kenneth Baker, Department of Neurosciences, via email at: email@example.com .