Research - Laboratory/Non-Laboratory, Staff/Administrative
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TECHNICAL ASSOCIATE I , Brain and Cognitive Sciences (BCS)-McDermott Lab , to assist with all aspects of research on human audition. Responsibilities include implementing and testing computational models; designing, programming, and conducting behavioral and fMRI experiments; analyzing data; participant outreach and recruitment; the implementation and maintenance of analysis software; technical support for lab personnel; and participation in reading groups and research seminars. Will be encouraged to take an active role in scientific research.
This position is ideal for individuals considering future graduate study in computational cognitive science or neuroscience.
REQUIRED : strong quantitative background and programming skills; bachelor's degree in cognitive science, neuroscience, computer science, electrical engineering, or other science or engineering major; demonstrable interest in perception and/or neuroscience; initiative and self-motivation; flexibility; and strong organizational and interpersonal skills. Job #17341
The following application material must be submitted in order to be considered for this position: a cover letter that includes a description of programming experience and any relevant research experience and a CV that includes academic transcript information (courses taken along with grades).
This is a one-year temporary position renewable on an annual basis.
Internal Number: 17341
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