Postdoc and graduate students (Master’s and/or Ph.D. levels) positions at intersection of AI and Neuroscience – University of Lethbridge

Description: We are looking for postdocs and graduate students (Master’s and/or Ph.D. levels) to use inspirations from neuroscience to make better AI and conversely to apply AI to better understand brain function and behaviour. Projects will be related to our recent work:

Neurons learn by predicting future activity. Nature Machine Intelligence 2022

Predictive neuronal adaptation as a basis for consciousness. Front in Sys Neurosci 2022

Miniaturized head-mounted microscope for whole-cortex mesoscale imaging in freely behaving mice. Nature Methods 2021

A Matlab-based toolbox for characterizing behavior of rodents engaged in string-pulling. Elife 2020

Challenges of a small world analysis for the continuous monitoring of behavior in mice. Neuroscience and Behavioral Reviews 2022

Data-driven analyses of motor impairments in animal models of neurological disorders. PLoS Biology 2019

The project is a collaborative effort between the research groups of Majid Mohajerani ( and Artur Luczak ( Successful candidates will join the highly collaborative and interdisciplinary Canadian Centre for Behavioural Neuroscience and Brain Dynamics group. We are located close to Rocky Mountains, Lethbridge has the largest number of sunny days in Canada, and it is the most affordable city for young people in Canada ( ).

The applications review will start on Aug 15th till the positions are filled. Interested applicants must send an email to Dr Mohajerani ( and Dr. Luczak ( and include a cover letter, curriculum vitae, a brief statement of research interests, and contact information of three references.