A postdoctoral position is available in computational modeling of nonlinear response properties in the auditory system.

The project deals with the development of an automated system to characterize complex neuronal responses by generating stimuli adaptively while recording from the auditory cortex or the inferior colliculus of awake marmoset monkeys.
Depending on interest and preparation, a candidate may combine both theoretical and neurophysiological approaches, or work on the theoretical/computational side of the project in collaboration with experimental colleagues. Please send a CV, a summary of research interest and prior research accomplishments, and the names and e-mail addresses of 3 references to any of the following co-investigators:
Xiaoqin Wang (xiaoqin.wang(at)jhu(dot)edu)
Eric D. Young (eyoung(at)jhu(dot)edu)
Kechen Zhang (kzhang4(at)jhmi(dot)edu)
Department of Biomedical Engineering
Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine
Baltimore, Maryland 21205

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