Dr. Nancy Padilla-Coreano, Assistant Professor

Mentor
Dr. Nancy Padilla-Coreano, Assistant Professor
Project Title
Developing computational tools for neural data analysis
College
College of Medicine
Time Commitment
6-10 hours/week
Method
Unpaid with future paid opportunities
Location of Research
Remote (can be conducted by an online student)
Possible Co-Authorship
Yes

Project Description

The goal of this project is to create a database of code to help support graduate students in their analysis of neural data (neuronal activity, images, behavior). A student with strong computational background (e.g. ECE or CS majors) and interest in the brain is ideal for this position. The student will be supervised by Neuroscience Professors: Dr. Nancy Padilla-Coreano and Dr. Andrew Maurer. 

Requirements: It is required to be available to continue the internship through the summer (remote okay) with potential opportunities for paid work in the summer and subsequent fall. Sophomores and Juniors will be given preference.

Additional Requirements
Proficiency with Python, Jupyter Notebooks & Matlab; Sophomore or older students

Contact Information

Email Address
npadillacoreano@ufl.edu
Phone Number
  • npadillacoreano@ufl.edu
  • The goal of this project is to create a database of code to help support graduate students in their analysis of neural data (neuronal activity, images, behavior). A student with strong computational background (e.g. ECE or CS majors) and interest in the brain is ideal for this position. The student will be supervised by Neuroscience Professors: Dr. Nancy Padilla-Coreano and Dr. Andrew Maurer. 

    Requirements: It is required to be available to continue the internship through the summer (remote okay) with potential opportunities for paid work in the summer and subsequent fall. Sophomores and Juniors will be given preference.

  • Proficiency with Python, Jupyter Notebooks & Matlab; Sophomore or older students