[visionlist] Postdoctoral position, Center for Visual Science, Univ. of Rochester

Duje Tadin duje at cvs.rochester.edu
Sun May 3 18:12:18 PDT 2009

[interested applicants can set-up informal meetings at the upcoming  
VSS meeting]

A postdoctoral position to conduct behavioral, TMS and fMRI studies of  
visual perception and attention is available in Dr. Duje Tadin’s lab  
at the Center for Visual Science, University of Rochester. Initial  
appointment is for two years. Start date must be before 8/31/2009.

Tadin lab uses psychophysics, TMS, fMRI, and eye-tracking to  
investigate neural mechanisms of visual perception in normal and  
special populations. Current projects are focused on motion  
perception, visual adaptation, binocular rivalry, contextual  
interactions, perceptual learning, visual working memory and attention.
For more information see:

Essential requirements:
  - strong research background
  - programming skills (MATLAB/Psychtoolbox preferred)
  - a PhD and/or MD (either completed or expected in 2009)
  - position is restricted to US citizens/permanent residents

Highly preferred qualifications:
  - background in vision research or related fields
  - strong computational skills
  - experience with psychophysics, fMRI, TMS and/or eye-tracking
  - experience with and/or interest in collaborative, multi-method  
research approaches

To apply, send CV, one paragraph research statement and names of 3  
references to: duje at cvs.rochester.edu Initial salary will be funded by  
an NEI training grant and will follow NIH guidelines.  Applicants must  
be US Citizens or Permanent Residents. Prospective applicants are  
encouraged to email Dr. Tadin with any questions.

University of Rochester
Dept. of Brain & Cognitive Sciences / Center for Visual Science
Office: 585.275.8682 Fax: 585.271.3043 Lab: 585.275.7259
Email: duje at cvs.rochester.edu

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