Rosen Lab Positions
Rosen Lab Positions: Available
Postdoctoral Position in Auditory Physiology and Behavior
Auditory Research Group, Dept. of Neurobiology:
Northeast Ohio Medical University (NEOMED)
A postdoctoral position is available to study auditory processing and perception of natural signals in behaving gerbils. We study the effects of experience and partial hearing loss in adults and in developing animals. The lab utilizes multi-electrode electrophysiology in behaving animals, and computational analyses to evaluate population codes for auditory perception.
Our laboratory is part of a larger, very active Auditory Research Group, with combined expertise across several levels of analysis (slice, intracellular in vivo, and chronic neurophysiology; calcium imaging; behavior; anatomy) as well as auditory regions (the auditory brainstem, midbrain and cortex). The group is highly interactive and accessible, and the successful candidate can benefit from this expertise and from ongoing collaborations within the group.
The position is available immediately, and will continue for at least two years. Candidates should have experience with electrophysiological recording (ideally in vivo) and/or with behavior, comfort in working with behaving animals, some computational/programming skills, and a strong interest in auditory processing.
To apply, please send a CV and statement of research interests to Dr. Merri Rosen: email@example.com.