VisionScienceList: Graduate Training in Vision and Visual Perception

From: Rhea T. Eskew, Jr. (
Date: Mon Dec 04 2000 - 10:42:44 PST

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    Graduate Training in Vision and Visual Perception

    ==== Graduate Training in Vision and Visual Perception ====
    =========== Northeastern University, Boston ==========

    The Department of Psychology at Northeastern University in Boston has several Graduate Assistantships for PhD students in Vision/Visual Perception available, beginning Fall 2001. Topics of research include color vision, spatial vision, retinal physiology, electrophysiology, visual attention/search, and visual imagery.

    Faculty members in the group include:
    Adam Reeves ( -- visual attention, imagery, color vision
    Frank Naarendorp ( -- rod vision, retinal physiology, electroretinography
    Rhea Eskew ( -- color and spatial vision, quantitative models
    Boston is one of the most active areas of vision research in the world, and the group has close ties to other vision researchers in the area.

    Support level is US$17,133 per year, plus tuition remission, and is normally provided for up to five years. Duties include research and limited work as a teaching assistant. Applicants must be fluent in written and spoken English.

    Send inquiries to any of the above researchers, or visit our web site at
    The application deadline is January 15, 2001.

    Northeastern University is an equal-opportunity employer.

    Rhea T. Eskew, Jr., Ph.D.     
    Dept. of Psychology, 125-NI  +
    Northeastern University        +   (617)373-3863 (voice)
    Boston, MA 02115               +   (617)373-8714 (fax)
                    U.S.A.           +


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