VisionScienceList: UC Berkeley, Vision Science, Postdoc Position

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Date: Tue May 16 2000 - 12:21:15 PDT

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    Post-Doctoral Position for 2000-2001
    NIH Training Program in Vision Science
    University of California at Berkeley

            DEADLINE TO APPLY - JUNE 30, 2000

    Applications are now being accepted for an NIH/NEI post-doctoral
    (post-Ph.D.) position to be filled after July 1, 2000. The appointment on
    the training grant is one year in length; a longer appointment could be
    negotiated with the post-doctoral mentor. Stipends are N.I.H. standard
    based on years of experience. Applicants must be either * U.S. citizens or
    permanent residents *. Applications from women and minorities are

    The training faculty includes vision scientists in a range of disciplines
    including vision science, optometry, psychology, neuroscience, molecular
    and cell biology, electrical engineering, bioengineering, chemistry,
    physics, computer science, and biostatistics. Research facilities are
    outstanding and participating investigators have strong, well-funded
    research programs.

    Applicants should contact the faculty member with whom s/he prefers to be
    directly associated and the Grant Administrator, Ms. Fran Stone
    (510/642-9804; fstone@spectacle.Berkeley.EDU). Vision Science faculty
    include: Anthony J. Adams, Ian L. Bailey, Martin S. Banks, Brian Barsky,
    Theodore E. Cohn, Yang Dan, Karen K. DeValois, Russell L. DeValois, Jay M.
    Enoch, John G. Flannery, Suzanne J. Fleiszig, Ralph D. Freeman, Jack L.
    Gallant, Donald A. Glaser, Gunilla Haegerstrom-Portnoy, Stanley A. Klein,
    Jitendra Malik, Robert B. Mandell, Richard A. Mathies, Sheldon S. Miller,
    W. Geoffrey Owen, Kenneth A. Polse, Clifton M. Schor, Lawrence Stark,
    Eugene Switkes, Richard C. Van Sluyters, Frank Werblin, Gerald Westheimer,
    Christine Wildsoet.

    Descriptions of our faculty's research interests with email addresses and
    links to their lab websites can be accessed from the Vision Science
    Homepage (URL: Please contact Ms. Fran Stone
    if you have questions or need assistance.

    The application consists of: 1) a letter of intent which includes your
    research experience, interests and goals, 2) a curriculum vitae, 3)
    reprints of published work, 4) three letters of reference and 5)
    transcripts of higher education and GRE scores if available.

    These should be sent by JUNE 30, 2000 to:

    Dr. Anthony J. Adams, Director
    C/O Ms. Fran Stone, Grant Administrator
    NIH Training Program in Vision Science
    University of California
    Berkeley, California 94720-2020

    Appointees are encouraged by N.I.H. to apply for an individual NRSA
    post-doctoral fellowship for additional years of research training support.

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