Open undergraduate research positions

Advertised positions are described below. Feel free to contact me about other possible projects.

Modeling neural circuits in the owl's sound localization pathway

Research positions are available to join the SU Computational Neuroscience Research Group on a project that aims to build a detailed model of the barn owl's sound localization system. We are involved in a long-term project to use several large anatomical, physiological, and behavioral data sets to build a functioning model of the owl's auditory system. The research positions will involve building detailed models of single neurons or networks of neurons.

The most important qualification is a strong interest in neuroscience. Useful skills include: familiarity with basic neurobiology, differential equations, and programming in matlab or python. All levels of mathematical background are acceptable, but a willingness to learn is essential.

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