USA: Post-Doctoral Position in Visual Neuroscience at Rutgers University

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Description: The laboratory of Bart Krekelberg in the Center for Molecular and Behavioral Neuroscience at Rutgers University, Newark, New Jersey has an immediate opening for a postdoctoral researcher. The laboratory studies the neural mechanisms of perceptual stability, recurrent network dynamics, and the mechanisms of transcranial electric stimulation.

Eligibility:We are looking for someone who is motivated to investigate the visual brain with one or more of the methods used in the lab: functional imaging using the 3T Trio in the Rutgers Brain Imaging Center, transcranial electric stimulation in humans and monkeys; electrophysiology using permanently implanted microelectrode arrays in awake, behaving monkeys; psychophysics in humans and monkeys, and computational modeling. We are particularly interested in recent graduates with experience in one of those fields and a strong affinitywith quantitative data analysis.

The Rutgers Newark Campus and the Center for Molecular and Behavioral Neuroscience provide a diverse and stimulating scientific environment. An infinite amount of cultural stimulation is only a 15 minute train ride away, in New York City. An appointment at NIH postdoctoral salary scales will be made for one year, with the possibility to renew for one or more additional years.Rutgers University is an equal opportunity, affirmative action institution; underrepresented minorities are encouraged to apply.

To apply: send your CV, a statement of research interests and how they fit with the research of the laboratory, a representative first-author publication, and the names of three professional references to

For more information:
about the laboratory, including recent publications, see or Bart Krekelberg
Center for Molecular and Behavioral and NeuroscienceRutgers Brain Imaging CenterRutgers UniversityNewark, NJ 07102 USAW: vision.rutgers.eduE:
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