[Comp-neuro] Research Fellow in Vision and NeuroImaging
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Research Fellow in Vision and NeuroImaging
A Post-doctoral Research Fellow position in Vision and NeuroImaging is available at the School of Psychology, University of Birmingham, UK. The work focuses on the neural basis of shape perception and learning combining behavioural paradigms, functional imaging and advanced computational methods for the analysis of multimodal imaging signals (fMRI-EEG).
Research will be conducted within well-equipped labs that incorporate a range of bespoke equipment. The School of Psychology provides an excellent working environment with a pronounced research focus and international expertise in Vision Science, Behavioural Neuroscience and Cognitive Neuroscience. Facilities include an Imaging Centre with integrated equipment for the study of human brain and behaviour (3T scanner, EEG) as well as numerous virtual reality devices and eye trackers.
Candidates should hold or expect to hold a Ph.D. in Experimental Psychology, Neuroscience, Computer Science, Engineering, Physics, Mathematics or a related field. Programming skills (e.g. Matlab, C, OpenGL) are necessary and experience with behavioural, imaging, signal processing methods and modelling is desirable.
Further details on the project and informal enquiries can be addressed to
Zoe Kourtzi: z.kourtzi at bham.ac.uk.
Andrew Welchman : a.e.welchman at bham.ac.uk
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