Jesus Peanloza, Graduate Student

Mentor
Jesus Peanloza, Graduate Student
Project Title
novel computational approaches to study the relation between neuronal activity and behavior
College
College of Medicine
Time Commitment
11-15 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

We are looking for applicants interested in learning novel computational approaches to study the relation between neuronal activity and behavior. The trainee will participate in the development and execution of pipelines to extract neuronal and behavioral conditioning. Students pursuing a major in electrical & computer engineering, mechanical engineering, biomedical engineering, or neuroscience are encouraged to apply.

– Required:

  • Python
  • GitHub

– Desired

  • C++
  • Bash command

Available Areas of research

  • Signal Processing
  • Computer Vision

 typical workday. 

  • Developing and executing analysis pipelines for 1p and 2p recordings through the bash command line.
  • Developing and executing analysis pipelines to extract behavioral motifs.
  • Development of software and hardware for close loop systems.
  • Time commitment (12-20h per week).
  • Remote work option available.

 

Additional Requirements
None

Contact Information

Email Address
jesus.penalozaa@ufl.edu
Phone Number