[visionlist] PhD and Research Assistant Positions Available in the O'Connell lab
oconnelr at gmail.com
Fri Apr 9 04:37:29 -04 2021
Applications are invited for PhD (starting September 2021) and Research
Assistant positions at The O'Connell lab at Trinity College Dublin to work
on a project combining electrophysiological analyses and computational
modelling to examine the origins of inter-individual differences in human
decision making. These positions are funded by a European Research Council
Consolidator grant (2021-2026). Full information on the positions and
application requirements is available here (
Interested candidates should submit their CV and a brief cover letter
describing their background and research interests and how they align with
the project and the broader interests of the O'Connell lab before the *deadline
of 16th April 2021* to reoconne at tcd.ie.
The O'Connell lab is based at the Trinity College Institute of Neuroscience
and School of Psychology and currently consists of three
postdoctoral researchers, three PhD candidates and two final
year project students. The lab has strong collaborative links to a number
of other cognitive neuroscience research groups both locally and
 Kelly SP, Corbett EA, O'Connell RG . Neurocomputational mechanisms of
prior-informed perceptual decision making in humans. Nature Human
Behaviour. 2020; https://doi.org/10.1038/s41562-020-00967-9.
 O'Connell RG, Shadlen MN, Wong-Lin K, Kelly SP. Bridging Neural and
Computational Viewpoints on Perceptual Decision-Making. Trends Neurosci.
 McGovern DP, Hayes A, Kelly SP, O'Connell RT. Reconciling age-related
changes in behavioural and neural indices of human perceptual
decision-making. Nature Human Behaviour. 2018 Dec;2(12):955-966. doi:
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