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The Reinagel Lab studies the computational theory and neural mechanisms of decision-making, ranging from perceptual decisions to economic choices to scientific inference. Our primary experimental tools are quantitative behavior in rats, mice and humans; electrophysiology; and in silico simulations.

We are part of the Neurobiology department and the Neurosciences Program at UCSD. For more details about the lab see the links at left.



Postoc Position Available

Current opening for a theoretical neuroscience postdoc. The ideal candidate will have a PhD in mathematics, statistics, physics, or similarly quantitative field. The project involves studying nonstationarity and multi-timescale correlations in neural and behavioral data. This is a theory-heavy project but there is an experimental component. Previous neuroscience background is not required. Email preinagel [at] ucsd (dot) edu to inquire.