Applications are invited for post-doctoral research fellows in the area of neurolinguistics to study normal and disordered language processing and to chart recovery patterns in aphasia (both behavioral and neural). Studies involve functional neuroimaging, auditory evoked potentials, eyetracking and other psycholinguistic research methods. Funding for the positions is part of a large-scale NIH supported project. Strong background in language research and Ph.D. in cognitive science, communication sciences and disorders, linguistics, psychology, or related field required; experience with fMRI, EEG, and/or eyetracking desirable.
Positions are for 2 to 3 years, with potential for advancing to Research Associate. For more information see Aphasia and Neurolinguistics Research Laboratory website: www.communication.northwestern.edu/csd/research/aphasia/.
Applications accepted until May 15, 2010. Send CV, cover letter, and two letters of recommendation to Cynthia Thompson, via Mary Cosic firstname.lastname@example.org.
Start date from August to December 2010.