[visionlist] Funded Ph.D. studentships at the University of GeorgiaPosted: August 12, 2017
The Behavioral and Brain Sciences Program and Vision Sciences Laboratory at the University of Georgia is accepting applications for its doctoral program. Accepted students receive a full tuition waiver and stipend (usually based on being a teaching assistant) and are eligible for additional fellowships and scholarships through the graduate school. The Vision Sciences Laboratory is directed by Billy R. Hammond, Jr., Ph.D. and is recruiting students who are interested in psychophysics, physiological optics and basic vision science. The lab also works collaboratively with the Human Biofactors Laboratory in the UGA College of Public Health, which is focused on interventions (behavioral / lifestyle) that improve visual health and function in the community.
Please see the following websites for more information, or e-mail Dr. Hammond directly at email@example.com.