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''' The Computational Memory Lab is currently seeking applications for the following positions: '''
  
== Postdoctoral Research Fellow ==
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==Research Coordinator==
The Computational Memory Laboratory in the Department of Psychology at the University of Pennsylvania is seeking to recruit a postdoctoral fellow to collaborate with Dr. Kahana's team on the electrophysiology of human memory, as studied both through passive recordings and direct brain stimulation. The successful applicant will become part of a multi-center effort to study learning and memory in neurosurgical patients who have implanted electrodes for seizure mapping. As part of this project, we are developing a novel brain stimulation therapy for patients with memory disorders, which involves collaboration with six different clinical sites and research centers.
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We are particularly interested in candidates who have a strong quantitative background (e.g., multivariate methods such as machine learning, dimensionality reduction, and pattern similarity analysis). Applicants should send their CV, publications, and a list of references to Dr. Kahana at kahana@psych.upenn.edu.
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The Computational Memory Laboratory at the University of Pennsylvania’s School of Arts and Sciences is seeking to recruit a full-time research coordinator to assist the Principal Investigator (PI) with essential research operations in the laboratory, coordinating activities across several federally-funded research grants.  
  
== Digital Media Design (Undergraduate Work-study Position) ==
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The coordinator will work directly with the PI, helping to enhance his effectiveness by providing management support for his numerous projects and by representing him and acting on his behalf in interactions with funding agencies, university administrators, lab personnel, and colleagues and collaborators at varied academic and medical organizations.  Key responsibilities include assisting with preparation of scientific manuscripts, presentations, grant applications, progress reports, figures and tables; helping to organize an annual scientific conference, coordinating visits of outside visitors, helping to manage collaborations across multiple research sites in the US and abroad.  This position will provide the successful candidate the opportunity to act as the “right hand” to an academic leader who values focus, dedication, and hard work. The successful candidate will join a team of research scientists including postdoctoral researchers, PhD students, and post-baccalaureate researchers. This would be an ideal position for someone interested in ultimately pursuing graduate training in cognitive neuroscience, medicine, or psychology. For more information about the lab and our projects, please visit [http://memory.psych.upenn.edu http://memory.psych.upenn.edu].  
The Computational Memory Lab is looking to recruit a DMD student for the 2019 Fall semester to help design UNITY-based memory experiments to interface with closed-loop brain stimulation algorithms. Additionally, we are looking for a student who can assist with designing stunning graphical illustrations of scientific findings for inclusion in our lab's research publications. To apply for the position, please send a CV and transcript to Professor Kahana at kahana@psych.upenn.edu using the subject line: "3-D Design”.
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A 2-3 year minimum commitment is desired.
  
The Computational Memory Laboratory in the Department of Psychology at the University of Pennsylvania’s School of Arts and Sciences is seeking to recruit a full-time research coordinator/lab manager to assist the Principal Investigator with essential research operations in the laboratory, coordinating activities across three federally funded research grants.
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Position is contingent on continued funding.
  
The research coordinator will have major responsibility for coordinating the administration and the day-to-day operations of multiple grants and related research and academic activities. The coordinator will work directly under the principal investigator, helping to enhance his effectiveness by providing management support for his numerous projects and by representing him and acting on his behalf in interactions with funding agencies, university administrators, lab personnel, and colleagues and collaborators at varied academic and medical organizations. The position will also assist Prof. Kahana with a large multicenter Department of Defense funded study (http://goo.gl/PclHCZ) as well as other federally funded projects.
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'''Required Qualifications:'''
  
The position will also operate as the lab’s internal operations consultant, identifying areas for enhancing operational efficiency and working with technical team members to improve processes related to data collection, organization, and analysis as well as information management systems.
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* Bachelor’s degree in a field that demonstrates competence in writing with 1-2 to years of experience, or equivalent combination of education and experience, is required.
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** Relevant experience can include undergraduate internships and summer jobs.
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* Exceptional academic credentials and prior experience in roles requiring a high level of organization, responsibility, and meticulous attention to detail.
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* Ability to combine scientific, administrative, and computing skills, including familiarity with Mac OSX applications.
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* A positive, results-oriented professional with strong judgment, exceptional multitasking skills, and eagerness to take ownership of rewarding duties will thrive in this position.
  
This position will provide the opportunity to act as the ‘right hand’ to an academic leader who values focus, dedication, and hard work. This is an incredibly fast-moving role, requiring meticulous attention to detail and excellent time management skills. A positive, results-oriented professional with strong judgment, exceptional multitasking skills, and eagerness to take ownership of rewarding duties will thrive in this position.
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The salary for this position is expected to be from $37,220 to $45,000. For consideration, please submit a cover letter as well as a resume in the CV section of your application. You can upload multiple documents to the “Resume/CV” section.
  
=== Qualifications ===
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To apply, click [https://wd1.myworkdaysite.com/en-US/recruiting/upenn/careers-at-penn/job/Stephen-A-Levin-Building---2nd-Floor/Research-Coordinator--The-Computational-Memory-Laboratory_JR00051950 here]
  
* Bachelor’s Degree in a technical area such as science, business, or engineering, and 1 to 2 years of experience or equivalent combination of education and experience is required.
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* Exceptional academic credentials and prior experience in positions requiring a high level of responsibility and attention to detail.
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* Ability to combine scientific, business, and computing skills, including familiarity with Mac OSX applications.
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[https://jobs.hr.upenn.edu/postings/27161 '''Apply online at https://jobs.hr.upenn.edu/postings/27161.''']
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The Computational Memory Lab at the University of Pennsylvania seeks to hire a Director of Clinical Research to help lead a multi-center study of brain stimulation aimed at improving human memory and understanding its neural basis.  
  
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Our research, funded by multiple federal grants under The BRAIN Initiative, uses intracranial brain recordings in neurosurgical patients to uncover the neural mechanisms of human memory and to develop algorithms that use electrical stimulation to restore memory function in patients with brain injury or neurological disease.  Prior published work from our team has demonstrated meaningful improvements in memory using machine-learning-based closed-loop brain stimulation.  These projects are funded by multiple grants and involve multi-site collaborations across the U.S. and in Germany. We seek an experienced candidate who can effectively direct large research projects, has the ability to interface effectively with neurosurgeons, neurologists and engineers, and has the technical skills to work with sophisticated data acquisition and brain stimulation systems.  The selected applicant will directly oversee a team of research specialists and coordinate the data collection and analysis efforts of researchers at multiple sites. Additional duties will include ensuring the longevity of the work by helping to prepare grant applications and reports, and contributing to the selection of future research agendas. The position is contingent upon funding.
  
== Research Specialist ==
 
  
The Computational Memory Laboratory in the Department of Psychology at the University of Pennsylvania is seeking to recruit a full-time research specialist to assist with NIH-funded studies of human memory processes and how these processes change across the adult lifespan. The project is aimed at using computational models to interpret behavior and neural data both on healthy memory function in young adults and age-related impairments in memory performance. The successful candidate will join a team of research scientists studying the ways in which the brain stores and retrieves verbal and spatial memories and how these processes are affected by aging. For more information about the lab and our projects, please visit http://memory.psych.upenn.edu. This would be an ideal position for someone interested in ultimately pursuing graduate training in cognitive neuroscience, medicine, psychology, or bioengineering.
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Required Qualifications:
  
Major responsibilities include managing and expanding a pool of both younger adults (18-30 years) and older adults (60+ years) volunteers; carrying out experiments on human memory by means of high-density scalp EEG recordings; annotating vocal responses in memory tasks; assisting the research team in processing and analyzing these behavioral and electrophysiological data; supervising a team of undergraduate research assistants; and assisting in general lab administration (grants, progress reports, IRB protocols). This position requires an individual who possesses excellent interpersonal, organizational, and scientific skills. This individual must be able to work independently with limited oversight to maximize the amount of high-quality data collected.
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*An advanced degree, PhD or DSc, in neuroscience, biomedical engineering, biophysics, or related field.
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*3-5 years of research experience, preferably in the space of cognition, brain and behavior.
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*Strong technical skills working with electronics, hardware, and software.
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*Experience with coordinating team-based research.
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*Experience with scientific/statistical computing techniques and languages (Python/SciPy, MATLAB, R, or similar).
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*Strong oral and written communication skills.
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*Willingness to travel to clinical sites for research coordination.
  
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* A Bachelor’s degree
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Preferred:
* 0 to 1 year of research experience relevant to the work being carried out in the computational memory lab, including experience working with research participants in the analysis of experimental data or equivalent combination of education and experience
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[https://jobs.hr.upenn.edu/postings/27162 '''Apply online at https://jobs.hr.upenn.edu/postings/27162.''']
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*Experience with grant progress report preparation and proposal writing.
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*Experience with regulatory affairs: IRB protocol submission and continuing reviews.
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*Experience with clinical and/or research electrophysiology systems.
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*Neuroscience/neuroanatomy background knowledge.
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*Experience with neuroimaging techniques (MRI, CT).
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*Experience using UNIX/Linux systems, including high performance computing.
  
  
== Clinical Research Specialist ==
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To apply, click [https://wd1.myworkdaysite.com/recruiting/upenn/careers-at-penn/job/Stephen-A-Levin-Building---2nd-Floor/Director-of-Clinical-Research--Computational-Memory-Lab_JR00047081 here]
  
The Computational Memory Laboratory at the University of Pennsylvania is hiring a Clinical Research Specialist to assist in the development of a novel brain stimulation therapy for patients with memory impairment. This full-time position is funded by DARPA as part of the Restoring Active Memory (RAM) project, a flagship neuro-engineering project within President Obama’s BRAIN Initiative. The successful candidate will join a multi-disciplinary team of researchers, clinicians, data scientists, and software developers to study the ways in which the brain stores and retrieves verbal and spatial memories. The selected candidate will administer memory tests and collect electrophysiological recordings from neurosurgical patients at medical centers in the Philadelphia area. He/she will also interface with research staff at leading neuroscience institutions around the country, coordinate regulatory submissions, process behavioral and electrophysiological data to produce experiment session reports, communicate results to physicians, and perform regular data quality audits. The ideal candidate possesses excellent interpersonal and organizational skills, a passion for advanced cutting-edge medical research and technology development, and some programming experience. This would be an ideal position for someone interested in ultimately pursuing graduate training in cognitive neuroscience, medicine, psychology, or bioengineering.
 
  
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==Research Project Manager==
  
*Bachelor’s degree strongly preferred and 3 to 5 year of experience or equivalent combination of education and experience, including: Excellent written and verbal communication skills.
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The Computational Memory Lab at the University of Pennsylvania seeks to hire a Research Project Manager to help lead a multi-center study of brain stimulation aimed at improving human memory and understanding its neural basis.  
*Experience in working with research participants, especially in a clinical setting.
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*Ability to travel 10% of the time.
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*Experience with Python, MATLAB, or other programming languages preferred.
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*Experience with Windows, Mac, and Linux operating systems preferred.
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*Ability to work flexible hours is required.
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[http://jobs.hr.upenn.edu/postings/26250 '''Apply online at http://jobs.hr.upenn.edu/postings/26250.''']
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Our research, funded by multiple federal grants under The BRAIN Initiative, uses intracranial brain recordings in neurosurgical patients to uncover the neural mechanisms of human memory and to develop algorithms that use electrical stimulation to restore memory function in patients with brain injury or neurological disease. Prior published work from our team has demonstrated meaningful improvements in memory using machine-learning-based closed loop brain stimulation. These projects are funded by multiple grants and involve multi-site collaborations across the U.S. and in Germany. We seek an experienced candidate who can effectively direct large research projects, has the ability to interface effectively with neurosurgeons, neurologists and engineers, and has the technical skills to work with sophisticated data acquisition and brain stimulation systems.  The selected applicant will directly oversee a team of research specialists and coordinate the data collection and analysis efforts of researchers at multiple sites. Additional duties will include ensuring the longevity of the work by helping to prepare grant applications and reports, and contributing to the selection of future research agendas. The position is contingent upon funding.
  
== Clinical Research Assistant ==
 
 
The Computational Memory Lab at the University of Pennsylvania has an outstanding opportunity for a Clinical Research Assistant.
 
  
For more information on the position and to apply, please visit: http://jobs.hr.upenn.edu/postings/21018 -->
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Required Qualifications:
  
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*An advanced degree (PhD, DSc, etc.) in neuroscience, biomedical engineering, biophysics, or related field.
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*3-5 years of research experience, preferably in the space of cognition, brain and behavior.
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*Strong technical skills working with electronics, hardware, and software.
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*Experience with coordinating team-based research.
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*Experience with scientific/statistical computing techniques and languages (Python/SciPy, MATLAB, R, or similar).
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*Strong oral and written communication skills.
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*Willingness to travel to clinical sites for research coordination.
  
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The Computational Memory Laboratory in the Department of Psychology at the University of Pennsylvania is seeking to recruit a part-time Undergraduate Research Assistant to assist with federally funded studies of human memory processes and how these processes change across the adult lifespan. The project is aimed at using computational models to interpret behavioral and neural data both on healthy memory function in young adults and age-related impairments in memory performance. The successful candidate will join a team of research scientists studying the ways in which the brain stores and retrieves verbal and spatial memories and how these processes are affected by aging.
 
  
Major responsibilities include carrying out experiments on human memory by means of high-density scalp EEG recordings and annotating vocal responses in memory tasks. This position requires an individual who possesses excellent interpersonal and organizational skills. This would be an ideal position for a student interested in cognitive neuroscience, medicine, psychology, or bioengineering.
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Preferred:
  
To apply, please submit a resume to memorylab@psych.upenn.edu. -->
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*Experience with grant progress report preparation and proposal writing.
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*Experience with regulatory affairs: IRB protocol submission and continuing reviews.
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*Experience with clinical and/or research electrophysiology systems.
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*Neuroscience/neuroanatomy background knowledge.
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*Experience with neuroimaging techniques (MRI, CT).
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*Experience using UNIX/Linux systems, including high performance computing.
  
  
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To apply, click [https://wd1.myworkdaysite.com/recruiting/upenn/careers-at-penn/job/Stephen-A-Levin-Building---2nd-Floor/Research-Project-Manager-C--The-Computational-Memory-Lab_JR00041865 here]
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The Computational Memory Lab at the University of Pennsylvania has an outstanding opportunity for a Scientific Programmer.
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For more information on the position and to apply, please visit: http://jobs.hr.upenn.edu:80/postings/19734-->
 
  
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==Research and Programming Specialist==
  
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The Computational Memory Laboratory in the Department of Psychology at the University of Pennsylvania is seeking to recruit a part-time Research Assistant to assist with federally funded studies of human memory processes and how these processes change across the adult lifespan. The project is aimed at using computational models to interpret behavioral and neural data both on healthy memory function in young adults and age-related impairments in memory performance. The successful candidate will join a team of research scientists studying the ways in which the brain stores and retrieves verbal and spatial memories and how these processes are affected by aging.
 
  
This would be an ideal position for someone interested in ultimately pursuing graduate training in cognitive neuroscience, medicine, psychology, or bioengineering.
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The Computational Memory Lab at the University of Pennsylvania seeks to recruit a Research and Programming Specialist to assist with a multi-center project aimed at identifying patterns of brain activity that predict when memory will succeed or fail, and using these patterns to guide closed-loop stimulation protocols aimed at boosting memory in patients with brain injury or neurological disease. The successful candidate will join a multi-disciplinary team of researchers, clinicians, data scientists, and engineers to carry out research under several federally funded grants. The ideal candidate will possess exceptional organizational and interpersonal skills, a solid foundation of technical skills, and a strong desire to further build those skills during their tenure in the lab, as well as a passion for research aimed at understanding the neural basis of human memory.  This position provides an excellent opportunity to work with clinical researchers, neurologists, and neurosurgeons at top medical research centers across the country.  The position requires familiarity with Python, C#, or similar programming languages, and comfort working in a Linux or Unix environment.  Exceptional candidates will have experience in data analysis and programming and a strong record of academic achievement.  A 2-year commitment is expected.  Position is contingent on continued funding. Please see http://memory.psych.upenn.edu for more information about the lab and its projects.
  
Major responsibilities include carrying out experiments on human memory by means of high-density scalp EEG recordings; annotating vocal responses in memory tasks; assisting the research team in processing and analyzing these behavioral and electrophysiological data; supervising a team of undergraduate research assistants; and assisting in general lab administration (grants, progress reports, IRB protocols). This position requires an individual who possesses excellent interpersonal, organizational, and scientific skills. This individual must be able to work independently with limited oversight to maximize the amount of high-quality data collected.
 
  
To apply, submit a cover letter, unofficial transcripts, and a resume to memorylab@psych.upenn.edu
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Required Qualifications:
  
== Senior Data Analyst ([http://www.darpa.mil/program/restoring-active-memory DARPA RAM Project]) ==
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*Bachelor's degree and 0 to 1 year of experience.
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*Excellent organizational and interpersonal skills.
The Computational Memory Lab is hiring a Senior Data Analyst. The selected applicant will lead the development of novel machine learning algorithms to decode cognitive states based upon multichannel intracranial time series data from human and nonhuman subjects. He/she will implement dimensionality reduction techniques and evaluate and implement large-scale data processing architectures (Hadoop, Hive, Spark, etc.) to manage the analysis of hundreds of terabytes of neural and behavioral data. He/she will interface with principal investigators and senior research staff at leading neuroscience institutions and medical device companies, and present results to project sponsors. The ideal candidate will possess exceptional statistical and programming skills, and the ability to communicate complex concepts through sophisticated data visualizations.
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*Experience with Python, C#, or other languages, and familiarity with Linux environments.
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*Ability to travel up to 20% of the time and work flexible hours as needed.
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*A two-year commitment is desired.
  
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*PhD in computer science, statistics, engineering, neuroscience or directly related quantitative field, or MS with at least 4 years relevant post-graduate experience.
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To apply, click [https://wd1.myworkdaysite.com/en-US/recruiting/upenn/careers-at-penn/job/Stephen-A-Levin-Building---2nd-Floor/Research-and-Programming-Specialist--Computational-Memory-Lab_JR00045600| here]
*Background in machine learning, regression modeling, feature discovery/selection, optimization, exploratory data analysis, data mining, pattern recognition.
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*Experience with the development and implementation of novel machine learning techniques.
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*Experience with Python, C/C++ and object-oriented programming techniques.
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*Experience with scientific computing languages (Python, R, SAS, Matlab).
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'''Preferred Qualifications'''
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==Research Specialist==
  
*Experience with neural time series analysis.
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The Computational Memory Lab at the University of Pennsylvania seeks to recruit a research specialist to assist with a multicenter project aimed at identifying patterns of brain activity that predict when memory will succeed or fail, and using these patterns to guide closed-loop stimulation protocols aimed at boosting memory in patients with brain injury or neurological disease.  The successful candidate will join a multi-disciplinary team of researchers, clinicians, data scientists, and engineers to carry out research under several federally funded grants. The ideal candidate will possess exceptional organizational and interpersonal skills, a sound foundation of technical skills and a strong desire to further build those skills during their tenure in the lab, and a passion for research aimed at understanding the neural basis of human memory.   This is an ideal position for someone interested in pursuing future graduate training in cognitive/systems/computational neuroscience or bioengineering, and provides an excellent opportunity to work with clinical researchers, neurologists, and neurosurgeons at top medical research centers across the country. The position requires familiarity with Python, MATLAB, or similar programming languages, and comfort working in a Unix environment.  Exceptional candidates will have experience in data analysis and programming and a strong record of academic achievement.  A 2-year commitment is expected.  Position is contingent on continued funding.  Please see http://memory.psych.upenn.edu for more information about the lab and its projects.
*Experience with large-scale data storage processing architectures (Hadoop, Hive, Spark, etc.).
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*Experience with collaborative software development.
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*Experience with Windows, Mac and Linux development environments.
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*Good communication, interpersonal, and leadership skills.
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[https://jobs.hr.upenn.edu/postings/12092 '''Apply online at https://jobs.hr.upenn.edu/postings/12092''']
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== Senior Scientific Programmer ([http://www.darpa.mil/program/restoring-active-memory DARPA RAM Project]) ==
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*Bachelor's degree in psychology, cognitive science, neuroscience, bioengineering, or related field, and 0 to 1 year of experience, or equivalent combination of education and experience.
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*Excellent organizational and interpersonal skills.
The Computational Memory Lab is hiring a Senior Scientific Programmer to lead the development of software tools and computational resources needed to develop a novel brain stimulation therapy for patients with memory impairment. This groundbreaking neuro-engineering project is part of President Obama’s BRAIN Initiative.  
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*Experience with human subjects research, especially in a clinical setting.
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*Familiarity with Python, MATLAB, R, or other languages, and familiarity with Linux environments.
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*Ability to travel up to 20% of the time and work flexible hours as needed.
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*A two-year commitment is desired.
  
The selected applicant will lead the development of technical computing software, experimental programming libraries, cluster computing resources, and data transfer protocols. He/she will interface with senior research staff at multiple institutions and equipment vendors, and lead the development of a real-time system for closed-loop brain recording and stimulation, with high data acquisition and computational loads and low-latency requirements. He/she will manage the configuration of the closed-loop brain recording and stimulation system, including system updates and technical support to multiple clinical sites. Finally, he/she will lead the development and maintenance of systems to transfer experimental data from clinical sites to a centralized server. The ideal candidate will possess exceptional system development skills, past experience in mathematical programming, and the ability to develop and enhance a hybrid system implemented in multiple computer languages.
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To apply, click [https://www.myworkday.com/upenn/d/inst/3$15414/5303$21361.htmld#TABINDEX=0&SUBTABINDEX=0| here]
  
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==Data and Programming Specialist==
  
*Bachelor’s degree with at least 5 years relevant experience or Master’s degree with at least 3 years relevant experience
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This work will include the rapid and flexible development of new experiments in human memory, as well as critical improvements to existing programs and libraries.  The candidate will also analyze large multivariate datasets on human memory and electrophysiology, collect scalp and intracranial EEG data from human participants, and program experiments in Python.  Other responsibilities will include general lab system administration including websites, file servers, and our computer cluster, as well as simulations of human memory processes in computational models of memory.  The candidate is expected to coordinate with a team of cognitive scientists, neuroscientists, and engineers on multiple projects involving brain stimulation to boost human cognitive abilities, online experiments of human memory, and computational cluster analyses of EEG data from human participants. Experience with Unity is a plus but is not required.
*Proficiency with C/C++ and Python
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*Experience with scientific / statistical computing techniques and languages (MATLAB, SciPy, NumPy, etc.)
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*Experience with Windows, Mac or Linux or Unix development environments
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'''Preferred Qualifications'''
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The position is planned as temporarily remote, with an expectation of on-site presence at the University of Pennsylvania upon resumption of on-site activities for this position category.
  
*PhD in computer science, neuroscience, bioengineering, mathematics or physics
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Required qualifications:
*Experience with real-time computing and threading
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*Bachelor’s degree is required with 0-1 years of experience.
*Experience working in a fast-paced collaborative software development setting
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*Interest in developing new software technology for brain research.
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*Python programming ability.
  
[http://jobs.hr.upenn.edu/postings/11057 '''Apply online at http://jobs.hr.upenn.edu/postings/11057.''']
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*Expertise in Python programming.
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*Excellence in technical coursework.
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*Exceptional quantitative skills.
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*Experience with C# or Unity.
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*Experience with EEG and human subjects testing.
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*Computer Science (or related field) Major.
  
== Scientific Software Developer ([http://www.darpa.mil/program/restoring-active-memory DARPA RAM Project]) ==
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This position is responsible for developing and maintaining state-of-the-art tools to conduct human memory experiments and to develop new therapies to treat memory disorders. You will be responsible for the development and testing of experimental programming libraries, and data analysis of large neurophysiology data sets. You will integrate applications with other system components, create system and user-level documentation, and develop architectures to store and analyze large data sets. The position will be supervised by the project director and will interface extensively with project scientists, engineers and clinicians.
 
  
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== Research Assistant (Undergraduate Work-Study) ==
 
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*Experience with Python, Matlab, or C/C++ required.
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*Ability to implement, understand, and maintain mathematical and scientific codes.
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*Master’s or PhD in mathematics, computer science, engineering, or other scientific field preferred.
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*Experience with Big Data technologies, including Hadoop and Spark. SQL database programming.
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*Developing or maintaining public software libraries.
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*Identifying technical and algorithmic needs for research teams.
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*Software engineering, including algorithms, design, data structures, and object-oriented techniques.
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[http://jobs.hr.upenn.edu/postings/10538 '''Apply online at http://jobs.hr.upenn.edu/postings/10538.''']
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The Computational Memory Laboratory in the Department of Psychology at the University of Pennsylvania is seeking to recruit a part-time Undergraduate Research Assistant to assist with federally funded studies of human memory processes. The successful candidate will join a team of research scientists studying the ways in which the brain stores and retrieves verbal and spatial memories.
and development project. The project is aimed at producing cognitive enhancement through brain stimulation. The successful applicant will join a team of research
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scientists studying the ways in which the brain stores and retrieves verbal and spatial memories, and whether memory can be enhanced or attenuated by stimulation.
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This would be an ideal position for someone interested in ultimately pursuing graduate training in engineering (especially bio/biomedical), medicine, psychology,
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Major responsibilities include carrying out experiments on human memory by means of high-density scalp EEG recordings and annotating vocal responses in memory tasks. This position requires an individual who possesses excellent interpersonal and organizational skills. This would be an ideal position for a student interested in cognitive neuroscience, medicine, psychology, or bioengineering.
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Major responsibilities include carrying out experiments on human memory with neurosurgical patients who are undergoing long term monitoring with implanted
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electrodes; carrying out experiments on patients and healthy volunteers using scalp EEG; assisting the research team in processing and analyzing these behavioral and
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electrophysiological data; and assisting in general lab administration (grants, progress reports, IRB protocols). This position requires an individual who possesses
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excellent interpersonal, organizational, and scientific skills. This individual must be able to work independently (and alongside clinical personnel) with limited
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oversight to ensure that as much high-quality data is collected from each patient as possible.
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*Bachelor's degree in Engineering, Psychology, Neuroscience, Pre-Med, or related field.
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*Ability to work independently (and alongside clinical professionals) with limited oversight to ensure that high-quality data is collected.
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Latest revision as of 17:44, 4 May 2022


The Computational Memory Lab is currently seeking applications for the following positions:

Research Coordinator

The Computational Memory Laboratory at the University of Pennsylvania’s School of Arts and Sciences is seeking to recruit a full-time research coordinator to assist the Principal Investigator (PI) with essential research operations in the laboratory, coordinating activities across several federally-funded research grants.

The coordinator will work directly with the PI, helping to enhance his effectiveness by providing management support for his numerous projects and by representing him and acting on his behalf in interactions with funding agencies, university administrators, lab personnel, and colleagues and collaborators at varied academic and medical organizations. Key responsibilities include assisting with preparation of scientific manuscripts, presentations, grant applications, progress reports, figures and tables; helping to organize an annual scientific conference, coordinating visits of outside visitors, helping to manage collaborations across multiple research sites in the US and abroad. This position will provide the successful candidate the opportunity to act as the “right hand” to an academic leader who values focus, dedication, and hard work. The successful candidate will join a team of research scientists including postdoctoral researchers, PhD students, and post-baccalaureate researchers. This would be an ideal position for someone interested in ultimately pursuing graduate training in cognitive neuroscience, medicine, or psychology. For more information about the lab and our projects, please visit http://memory.psych.upenn.edu.

A 2-3 year minimum commitment is desired.

Position is contingent on continued funding.

Required Qualifications:

  • Bachelor’s degree in a field that demonstrates competence in writing with 1-2 to years of experience, or equivalent combination of education and experience, is required.
    • Relevant experience can include undergraduate internships and summer jobs.
  • Exceptional academic credentials and prior experience in roles requiring a high level of organization, responsibility, and meticulous attention to detail.
  • Ability to combine scientific, administrative, and computing skills, including familiarity with Mac OSX applications.
  • A positive, results-oriented professional with strong judgment, exceptional multitasking skills, and eagerness to take ownership of rewarding duties will thrive in this position.

The salary for this position is expected to be from $37,220 to $45,000. For consideration, please submit a cover letter as well as a resume in the CV section of your application. You can upload multiple documents to the “Resume/CV” section.

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Research Assistant (Undergraduate Work-Study)

The Computational Memory Laboratory in the Department of Psychology at the University of Pennsylvania is seeking to recruit a part-time Undergraduate Research Assistant to assist with federally funded studies of human memory processes. The successful candidate will join a team of research scientists studying the ways in which the brain stores and retrieves verbal and spatial memories.

Major responsibilities include carrying out experiments on human memory by means of high-density scalp EEG recordings and annotating vocal responses in memory tasks. This position requires an individual who possesses excellent interpersonal and organizational skills. This would be an ideal position for a student interested in cognitive neuroscience, medicine, psychology, or bioengineering.

To apply, please submit a resume to kahanalab@gmail.com.


For more information on our research, please click here. For more information on Penn's salary structure, click here.