VisionScienceList: University of Rochester; Postdoctoral Research Position

From: Tatiana Pasternak (tania@cvs.rochester.edu)
Date: Wed Dec 05 2001 - 00:42:53 GMT

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    POST-DOCTORAL RESEARCH POSITION IN VISUAL NEUROSCIENCE

    The position is available immediately in the laboratory of Dr.Tatiana
    Pasternak at the University of Rochester. Research in the laboratory
    is focused on neuronal mechanisms underlying processing and
    remembering visual motion in non-human primates. Experimental
    approaches include: visual psychophysics, single-cell & multi-cell
    recordings, microstimulation and reversible inactivation of selected
    cortical regions during the performance of visual working memory
    tasks.

    Preference will be given to candidates with experience in visual
    psychophysics and single unit recordings in monkeys, although
    candidates with strong background in related disciplines of systems
    neuroscience are welcome to apply. Programming experience with
    Matlab or C is very desirable. Proficient knowledge of the English
    language is required.

    The laboratory is part of the Center for Visual Science which offers
    a stimulating research environment and excellent opportunities for
    interactions and training in visual science and cognitive
    neuroscience. Interested applicants should send CV, a short statement
    of interests and the names of three references to Dr. Tatiana
    Pasternak at tania@cvs.rochester.edu.

    -- 
    Tatiana Pasternak, Ph.D.
    Depts. of Neurobiology & Anatomy,
    Brain & Cognitive Science; Center for Visual Science,
    Box 603
    University of Rochester
    Rochester, NY 14642
    716 275-8668 (office); 716 442-8766 (fax)
    http://www.urmc.rochester.edu/gebs/faculty/tatiana_pasternak.htm
    

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