[Eeglablist] PhD positions | Laboratory for Rehabilitation Neuroscience |University of Florida

Coombes, Stephen A scoombes at ufl.edu
Wed Oct 30 05:05:22 PDT 2019

PhD positions | Laboratory for Rehabilitation Neuroscience |University of Florida
(http://lrnlab.org). We use a range of systems neuroscience techniques that include functional magnetic resonance imaging (fMRI), structural MRI, diffusion imaging with single and multi-shell sequences, electromyography (EMG), posture and gait measures of motor function, virtual reality, and high-density electroencephalography (EEG). Incoming students will work on neuroimaging studies of motor and sensory function in movement disorders or chronic pain. Projects related to human and rodent imaging are ongoing, using the 3 Tesla Prisma for human studies, 11.1 Tesla and 17 Tesla for in vivo and ex vivo in mice.  Tuition waiver and stipend support is available through fellowships and teaching assistantships in the department of Applied Physiology and Kinesiology and T32 Training Grants in Movement Disorders and Neurorestoration and Rehabilitation and Neuromuscular Plasticity. Please send vita to David Vaillancourt at vcourt at ufl.edu<mailto:vcourt at ufl.edu> or Steve Coombes at scoombes at ufl.edu<mailto:scoombes at ufl.edu>

More information about our Ph.D. Program can be found here

Application information and materials can be found here:

Stephen A. Coombes, Ph.D.
Laboratory for Rehabilitation Neuroscience
University of Florida
Phone: 352.294.1768
Website: lrnlab.org<http://www.lrnlab.org/>

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