A Neuroscience Postdoctoral position is available in the laboratory of Dr. Ron Frostig. The pre-clinical project for this position is focused on ischemic stroke protection in a rodent model. We are especially interested in cortical neurovascular processes that underlie sensory stimulation-based protection from impeding ischemic stroke or their failure leading to stroke. These studies aim to reveal novel neurovascular interactions in the ischemic cortex during sensory stimulation.
To study neurovascular interactions, we routinely employ multi-disciplinary Systems Neuroscience approaches including high-resolution functional imaging techniques, blood flow imaging techniques, neuronal recordings from microelectrode arrays, pharmacological interventions, behavioral tests, and post-mortem histology. Some of the projects involve collaborations with researchers at UCI’s Beckman Laser Institute and at UCI’s Cognitive Science Department.
Dr. Frostig’s laboratory is located in the Department of Neurobiology and Behavior at McGaugh Hall on UCI campus and is part of a rich and diversified Neuroscience research environment at UCI.
Candidates should be highly motivated and have a recent Ph.D. degree in biomedical/bioengineering sciences. Experience in electrophysiology in addition to strong Matlab or Python programming experience is highly desirable. Qualified candidates should submit curriculum vitae, a statement of research experience and interests and names and contact information for three references to the following on-line recruitment URL: https://recruit.ap.uci.edu/apply/JPF04371
For more information about this position contact Dr. Frostig at: email@example.com.
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Candidates should be highly motivated and have a recent Ph.D. degree in biomedical/bioengineering sciences. Experience in electrophysiology in addition to strong Matlab or Python programming experience is highly desirable.