The international research group of the V. Zelman Center for Neurobiology and Brain Restoration at the Skolkovo Institute of Science and Technology in collaboration with Mayo Clinic (Rochester, USA), Duke University, Kazan Federal University and FEFU, under the leadership of neurobiologist Professor Mikhail Lebedev, invites postdocs to a Russian Science Foundation project - "Development of invasive and non-invasive corticospinal and peripheral interfaces, with the use of biomarker monitoring, for neurorehabilitation of motor functions and pain control".
The subject of the project is the development of methods for restoring movement for patients with spinal cord injury and methods for controlling neuropathic pain by creating new techniques of neurophysiological testing, neuromodulation of the brain and spinal cord, as well as new brain-computer interface technologies integrated into modern approaches to brain restoration.
Who are we looking for?
Postdoc is a researcher, a young scientist, PhD or doctor of sciences, independently conducting research on individual blocks of project work under the guidance of the project leader.
To conduct research on animals or participate in work with subjects, to develop a research strategy, to collect and analyze data.
Preference is given to candidates with:
What we offer:
Employment at the Skolkovo Institute of Science and Technology.
Information about V. Zelman Center for Neurobiology and Brain Restoration and the project can be found here:
Applicants are asked to send extended CVs, including lists of scientific publications, letters of recommendation and questions by e-mail:
Daria Petrova D.Petrova@skoltech.ru, with the subject "Postdoc".
We are accepting the applications as long as the positions are open.
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