Postdoctoral positions are currently available in the laboratory of Philip Sabes in the Keck Center for Integrative Neurobiology at UCSF.

The laboratory uses a combination of primate cortical physiology, human psychophysics, and computational modeling to study how the brain flexibly and adaptively integrates information for movement control. The lab focus on the physiological mechanisms and computational principles by which information is processed in cortical sensorimotor circuits and how experience continually reshapes these circuits.
Positions for postdoctoral fellows are open in three new projects:
1. Circuit neurophysiology and modeling of sensorimotor learning
2. Causal studies of the cortical basis of sensorimotor learning
3. Development of optogenetic tools for studying learning in
primate cortex
For details about the lab and open positions, please visit
Interested candidates should send a CV, research statement, and
relevant publications/preprints to Dr. Philip Sabes, sabes(at)phy(dot)ucsf(dot)edu.

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