Northwell Health Post Doc Research Trainee - Neural Decoding and Data Analytics Lab in Manhasset, New York
Req Number 0024CV
The Neural Decoding and Data Analytics Lab at the Center for Bioelectronic Medicine, headed by Assistant Professor Theo Zanos PhD, focuses on neural recordings and data analysis methods to gain insights into decoding and encoding mechanisms of the brain and peripheral nerves to and from stimuli, actions and other physiological functions. The lab utilizes a variety of techniques from signal processing, machine learning, optimization, neurophysiology and bioelectronic systems for closed-loop neural recording and stimulation, both in health and in disease models. The ultimate goal is to develop neuromodulation therapies that will observe the state of the organism and the organ system that is targeted, to deliver individualized treatment of diseases in real-time. Please click here to learn more about the dept.
Responsibilities Include:1. Performs research projects as directed. Follows and adheres to experimental protocols in a proficient and meticulous manner.
Responsible for the collection, analysis and interpretation of research data related to specific project.
Submits manuscripts and abstracts for publication to peer review journals and presentations at local, national and international conferences.
Performs a variety of tasks, including but not limited to, correspondence, attending meetings, database maintenance, maintaining records, charts, etc.
Responsible for all other activities, clinical and administrative, as needed.
Provides technical direction to research staff.
Performs related duties, as required.
Keywords: signal processing, machine learning, systems modeling, optimization, reinforcement learning, neurophysiology, neurotechnology, neuromodulation, neurostimulation, neuroprosthetics, bioelectronic, electroceutical, inflammation, neurobiology, neurophysiology, implant, vagus nerve, brain, neural engineering, electrodes, recording, stimulation, peripheral nervesQualifications
Doctorate (M.D., D.O., DVM, or PhD.) Degree, required. Engineering, Computer Science or Statistics degree preferred.
Strong programming skills of Matlab, Python, and/or C++ preferred
Prior authored/co-authored published articles and/or abstracts preferred
Research experience in neurophysiology, neuroscience, animal surgery preferred
Ability to communicate effectively.