Post-doc or Biomedical Data Scientist for EEG data analysis (1.0 FTE) (219198)
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Research will be performed in the Neurobiology group at the Groningen Institute for Evolutionary Life Sciences (GELIFES), which comprises several other strong, internationally recognized research groups in the field of evolutionary biology and behavioral neuroscience. In addition, the research will be performed as part of a large European project, allowing for active teamworks. The post-doc position is embedded in a large international project funded by a creative Medicine Initiative (IMI) grant from the European Union. You will work in collaboration with project partners from 48 national and international academic and industrial organizations.
As part of this larger international consortium, we seek to understand the role of early life sensory cortex development and sensory processing deficits in autism spectrum disorders using mouse studies. You will develop, implement, and apply an EEG data analysis pipeline for various EEG recoding platforms. This data pipeline will further guide the research to study the relationship between early life sensory cortex development, sensory information processing, and behavior using molecular, genetic and integrated sensory evoked EEG and behavioral analyses in mice.
• you have a PhD degree in biology, mathematics or biomedical science, with important experience in the areas of EEG experimentation and analyses
• you have programming skills to develop and implement an EEG data analysis pipeline for multi-channel signals, specifically for ERP analysis, power spectral analysis and statistical analysis of neural time series data
• you have experience with complex data analyses methods using tools like R, Matlab and/or the Python data science stack
• you preferable have experience with rodent EEG surgical techniques and data acquisition
• you have a good command of English (oral and written)
• you have excellent interpersonal skills (indicated by the ability to write scientific papers and deliver presentations).
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