Via Alec Marantz & Liina Pylkkänen:
We have two positions here at NYU between Linguistics and Psychology for next year ideally suited for someone in transition between an undergraduate degree or an MA and a PhD program in linguistics, psychology, or neuroscience. Please distribute the advertisement to students that might be interested, and please don't hesitate to let us know about anyone we might contact directly to persuade to apply.
The advertisements will appear quite soon in the Cognitive Neuroscience Society newsletter and on the Linguist List.
Alec Marantz & Liina Pylkkänen
Departments of Psychology and Linguistics, NYU
1. Lab Manager/Research Assistant Position
A full-time Lab Manager position at the NYU Neurolinguistics Laboratory. BA/BS or MA/SM in cognitive science related discipline (psychology, linguistics, etc.) or computer science. Starting date is negotiable, but preferably July 2008.
The lab manager will be involved in all stages of the execution and analysis of magnetoencephalography (MEG) experiments on language processing. Previous experience with MEG or some other cognitive neuroscience method is highly preferred. A background in statistics and some programming ability (especially Matlab) are essential.
To apply, please email CV and names of references to Prof. Liina Pylkkanen (email@example.com).
Tel: (212) 992-8764 or (212) 998-8386
2. Research Assistant/Lab Manager Position
Full-time research assistant for Cognitive Neuroscience of Language projects at the KIT/NYU MEG Lab. BA/BS in cognitive science related discipline (psychology, linguistics, etc.) or computer science. Starting date is negotiable, but preferably July 2008.
RA would help analyze data from MEG and joint MEG/fMRI experiments and help design and program additional experiments. Job includes some responsibility for managing the KIT/NYU MEG lab at NYU's Psychology Department. For 2008-09, research will concentrate on lexical access and morphological decomposition in auditory word perception.
To apply, please email CV and names of references to Prof. Alec Marantz (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Tel: (212) 998-3593