Two postdoctoral positions are available in the laboratory of Dr. Mark
Goldman at the University of California at Davis.

The lab works on a broad range of problems in computational neuroscience, from neural coding, to plasticity, to neural dynamics of single neurons and networks. The postdoctoral candidate would have flexibility to work on a range of issues of his or her choosing.
For one of the positions, the primary project is to build mathematical
models of persistent neural activity, neural integration, and
short-term-memory related neural activity. The work will involve a
mixture of analytical and computational work, and be performed in close collaboration with the experimental laboratory of Dr. David Tank at Princeton University. We are currently interested in understanding both the neural dynamics of this circuit and the plasticity in the system including interactions with the cerebellum.
The postdoctoral candidate will have ample opportunity to interact both within the large Center for Neuroscience at UC Davis as well as within the vibrant computational and systems neuroscience community in the San Francisco Bay area.
Candidates should send a CV, brief statement of previous research and
future research interests, and email addresses and phone numbers of three references to: Mark Goldman,
I will be present at the upcoming CNS 2007 meeting and would be happy to meet with candidates in person. Further information about my laboratory can be found on my home page at:

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