[visionlist] Research Assistant Position, Vanderbilt University,
fMRI and Visual Perception
frank.tong at vanderbilt.edu
Sat Apr 9 20:14:19 GMT 2005
Research Assistant Position: fMRI Studies of Visual Perception,
Recognition, Attention and Awareness
Tong Lab, Department of Psychology, Vanderbilt University
A full-time research assistant position is available in Frank Tong’s
lab at Vanderbilt University to work on fMRI studies of visual
perception, face and object recognition, visual attention and
awareness. For more info about the lab, check out:
Responsibilities include assisting with fMRI, transcranial magnetic
stimulation (TMS), eye-tracking and behavioral experiments, analyzing
data, and assisting in the organization and maintenance of the lab.
fMRI data analyses include retinotopic mapping and cortical flattening,
GLM analyses, and many other custom data analyses performed in Matlab.
Strong computer skills are required; experience with Mac, PC and Unix
is recommended. Experience with computer programming, statistics,
and/or signal processing are highly desirable. General knowledge in
the areas of visual perception, cognition, or neuroscience is
recommended. BA/BS required.
This position offers excellent training for students who wish to pursue
a career in cognitive neuroscience or visual cognition. Start date is
flexible. A two-year commitment is requested. Salary and rank will be
commensurate with experience.
To apply, please send a CV, names of three references, and a statement
of interest by email to: Emma Ferneyhough,
emma.ferneyhough at vanderbilt.edu, or by snail-mail to: Psychology
Department, Tong Lab, Vanderbilt University, 301 Wilson Hall, 111 21st
Avenue South, Nashville, TN, 37203.
Vanderbilt University is an equal opportunity/affirmative action
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