[visionlist] Postdoctoral position in Vision and Cognitive Neuroscience, Dartmouth College

Professors Emily Cooper (Dartmouth College)
and Allyson Mackey (Univ. of Pennsylvania) are seeking a postdoctoral researcher
to join a collaborative research team investigating the relationship between
perceptual and cognitive neuroplasticity in humans. More information about our
research can be found at our lab websites:

 

http://ift.tt/1QxiHSg

http://ift.tt/2rLRhbj

 

The position involves conducting research on
visual perception and working memory, using both behavioral and brain-based
measures (fMRI, DTI). Applicants should have substantial experience with human brain
imaging techniques, and an interest in conducting cross-disciplinary research.
Applicants must also have finished their PhD in a related field (e.g.,
psychology, neuroscience, vision science). Strong computational and programming
skills are necessary, as well as strong communication skills and a record of
research productivity.

 

The expected start date is sometime in the summer
or fall of 2017, and the position will be located in the Dartmouth College
Dept. of Psychological and Brain Sciences.

                    

Dartmouth College is an Ivy League University
located in Hanover, New Hampshire. The Department of Psychological and Brain
Sciences offers an active and multi-disciplinary research environment with 25
faculty studying topics that range from vision science to behavioral and
computational neuroscience to social psychology. The college campus is located
in a scenic area on the Connecticut River.

 

Applicants should send a brief statement of
interest, CV, and names of three references (letters requested later) to Emily
Cooper (emily.a.cooper@dartmouth.edu).

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