[Eeglablist] Funded Postdoc Opportunity at the University of Chicago

Emily Kappenman emily.kappenman at sdsu.edu
Wed Mar 3 17:44:45 PST 2021


Molly Erickson at the University of Chicago has a great postdoc opportunity
available for someone interested in EEG research. Please see ad below:

*Postdoctoral Fellow Position at the University of Chicago*

The Memory and Perception in Schizophrenia (MAPS) Laboratory at the
University of Chicago is looking to hire a postdoctoral fellow (2-3 years)
to work on an NIMH-funded project (R01 MH121671: *Measurement and
manipulation of oscillatory biomarker of working memory in psychosis*).
The postdoctoral fellow can expect to assist with a range of research
activities, including data analysis, manuscript preparation, grant writing,
oral presentations, and supervision of research trainees.  Travel to
research conferences and trainings will be supported.  Experience with EEG
analysis is required.  Interested applicants should email their cover
letter, CV, and the contact information for two professional references
directly to Dr. Molly Erickson (merickson1 at uchicago.edu).  Professional
references will not be contacted unless and until a formal interview is
scheduled.  For more information on the MAPS Laboratory and our current
program of research, please visit ericksonmapslab.uchicago.edu.





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Molly Erickson, Ph.D.

Assistant Professor

Department of Psychiatry & Behavioral Neuroscience

University of Chicago

(773) 702-5855

merickson1 at uchicago.edu

ericksonmapslab.uchicago.edu/

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Department of Psychology
San Diego State University
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emily.kappenman at sdsu.edu
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