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[D-multisensory] Multiple post-doctoral positions
Up to three post-doctoral positions in awake, behaving monkey
neurophysiology are available immediately in our laboratory at the
Georgia Health Sciences University to study the neuronal mechanisms of
visual and cross-modal perception.
Strongly motivated, self-driven individuals with prior
neurophysiological research experience in any animal system are
encouraged to apply. While successful candidates are expected to focus
primarily on monkey neurophysiology, our laboratory offers excellent
opportunities to obtain additional hands-on research experience in a
variety of other fields, including human psychophysics, fMRI, TMS,
computer modeling, and theoretical neuroscience, as well as multiple
tracks of translational research.
To apply, please send the following two items to the email address
below: (1) a cover letter describing research accomplishments and
interests, and (2) a curriculum vitae, including the contact information
for at least three references.
Jay Hegdé, PhD
Georgia Health Sciences University
BBDI / CL-3033
Augusta, GA 30912, USA
Tel.: +1 (706)721-5129 (office)
Email: jhegde AT georgiahealth DOT edu / jay AT hegde DOT us
Lab website: www.hegde.us
Georgia Health Sciences University is an AA/EEO/Equal Access/ADA Employer.