[visionlist] Research Assistant Position in fMRI Studies of Vision and Cognition

Frank Tong frank.tong at Vanderbilt.Edu
Thu Feb 9 16:29:04 GMT 2012

A full-time research assistant position is available in Frank Tong’s  
lab at Vanderbilt University to work on fMRI studies of visual  
perception and cognition. Our lab is interested in the neural bases of  
visual perception, face and object recognition, visual attention,  
awareness, and working memory. Research methods include neural  
decoding, high-resolution fMRI, TMS, and other advanced methodologies.  
Responsibilities include coordinating multiple lab projects, assisting  
with fMRI, TMS, and behavioral studies, and analyzing behavioral and  
brain imaging data. BA/BS required, preferably in neuroscience,  
psychology, biomedical engineering or the like. Strong technical and  
computational skills are required; experience with computer  
programming is highly preferred. General knowledge in the areas of  
visual perception, cognition or neuroscience is recommended. Position  
start date is for early summer of 2012. A minimum two year commitment  
is required. Salary and rank will be commensurate with experience.  VU/ 

For more info about our research, including links to publications and  
media coverage of our work on neural decoding of conscious perception  
and visual memories, go to: http://www.psy.vanderbilt.edu/tonglab/

To apply, please send a CV, names of three references, and a statement  
of interest to Elizabeth Counterman, elizabeth.s.counterman at vanderbilt.edu

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