[visionlist] Postdoc Position in Decision Neuroscience

Simon Kelly spkell at gmail.com
Fri Apr 12 06:02:13 -04 2019

Cognitive Neural Systems Lab, University College Dublin, Ireland

Applications are invited for a postdoctoral research position in the lab of
Simon Kelly (https://cogneusys.com/) to study the neural mechanisms of
sensorimotor decision making. This project, funded by Science Foundation
Ireland, employs a range of methods including psychophysics, computational
modelling, non-invasive electrophysiology of human brain and muscle,
analyses of existing single-cell neurophysiological data, and functional
imaging. Candidates should have prior experience and strong expertise in at
least 1-2 of these methods, as well as strong analytic and programming
skills. Candidates must also be highly motivated and have excellent
communication skills.

The Cognitive Neural Systems Lab, based in University College Dublin, has
strong collaborative links to cognitive and clinical neuroscience research
groups both locally (e.g. Trinity College Institute of Neuroscience,
especially the lab of Redmond O'Connell) and internationally (e.g. City
College, Columbia University and the Child Mind Institute in New York). The
successful applicant will have ample opportunities for wider collaborations
and the learning of new skills.

Interested candidates should submit a brief research statement and CV
including publications through the UCD job vacancies site (
http://www.ucd.ie/hr/jobvacancies/ - search for keyword 'kelly' or job
reference 011412). Informal inquiries can be directed to Simon (
simon.kelly at ucd.ie). Candidates should explain in their statement how their
own research interests fit with those of the Kelly lab. The deadline for
submitting applications is May 10th 2019, and shortlisting and interviews
will take place shortly after that.

Simon Kelly, Ph.D.
Associate Professor
School of Electrical and Electronic Engineering
University College Dublin
t: +353 (1) 716 1803
e: simon.kelly at ucd.ie
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