[visionlist] Postdoctoral position available in body representations and multisensory integration, University of Delaware
jared.medina at gmail.com
Tue Jan 23 10:18:07 -05 2018
A postdoctoral researcher position is available in the lab of Dr. Jared
Medina (http://www.jaredmedina.com). The postdoctoral researcher will take
a lead role in designing and implementing cognitive neuroscience studies
using the following techniques: functional neuroimaging, transcranial
magnetic stimulation, research with brain-damaged individuals, and
psychophysical/behavioral methods. Research topics include multisensory
integration, action, touch, proprioception, plasticity, and body
Our newly constructed Center for Biomedical and Brain Imaging houses a
Siemens Prisma 3T MRI suite, TMS, EEG, fNIRS, eye trackers, and equipment
for tactile and multisensory testing. We also have access to a large
database of brain-damaged individuals who are active in research.
Furthermore, the University of Delaware is located on the Northeast
Corridor, within two hours of New York City, Philadelphia, Baltimore, and
This position is fully funded by a multi-institutional grant from the
National Science Foundation awarded to Dr. Jared Medina. The initial
appointment is for one year, with potential for two additional years based
on progress. The position is available now.
Applicants should have a Ph.D. in cognitive neuroscience or a related
field. Applicants with expertise in fMRI, TMS, or cognitive neuropsychology
are encouraged to apply. We also encourage individuals with a background in
studying tactile perception, multisensory processing, plasticity, and/or
body representations to apply as well. Review of applications will begin on
Monday, February 12, and will continue until filled.
We strongly encourage potential applicants to contact Jared Medina (
jmedina at psych.udel.edu) before applying. Candidates should submit a CV,
research statement, and the names of three references through the University
of Delaware Jobs <http://udel.edu/jobs> website (click "Staff", job #105227)
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