The Nee Lab for Cognitive Neuroscience at Florida State University is seeking a post-doctoral researcher with interests in the neural basis of cognitive control. Our lab uses fMRI, TMS, computational techniques, and behavior to understand these functions. Support is available through an NIMH funded R01 project to use a combination of fMRI, computational techniques, and TMS to model and modulate directed interactions supporting cognitive control. Through joint support by the Dean’s Postdoctoral Scholar Fellowship program, we are pleased to offer a salary of up to $75K per year.
The candidate will have access to FSU’s new state-of-the-art imaging facility equipped with a 3T Siemens Prisma outfitted with hardware peripherals to perform eye tracking, simultaneous TMS-fMRI, and simultaneous EEG-fMRI. The candidate will join a growing cognitive neuroscience community at FSU that has made multiple recent faculty hires. Our department prides itself on being collaborative, collegial, and supportive.
The successful applicant must be proficient in MATLAB or Python with a strong technical background. A track-record in cognitive control, neuroimaging, computational neuroscience, and/or neuromodulation is preferred. Applicants should also show a commitment to mentorship.
Target start date is Summer or Fall of 2023. Support is available for at least 2 years. Interested applicants should send a cover letter, CV, and list of 3 referees to email@example.com. Applications will continue to be considered until the positions are filled.