Brain-state dependent population neural coding

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The student will assist in experiments investigating how behavioral state modulates information processing in the brain. We tackle this question using a combination of acute and behavioral experimental paradigms in rodent model. The students will help graduate students/postdocs construct experimental apparatus, perform post-op care of animals receiving implants, and analyze data. Strong quantitative analytical and communication skills are required. Previous experience with animals is preferred.

Lab: Lab for Neural Engineering and Control

Direct Supervisor: Charles Rodenkirch

Position Dates: 5/28/2018 - 8/27/2018

Hours per Week: 15

Paid Position: Yes

Credit: No

Eligibility: Master's; SEAS only