Projects include multielectrode recording of simultaneous responses in related areas, effects of eye movements, and responses to natural images. Facilities are also available for high resolution MRI.
The neuroscience community at UT Austin is growing and provides many opportunities for interaction. See Institute for Neuroscience (http://www.utexas.edu/neuroscience/index.html), and the Center for Perceptual Systems (http://www.cps.utexas.edu), which include outstanding
faculty from multiple departments. The diversity of activities at UT Austin is both fascinating and stimulating. As a town, Austin is a fun place to live, and I have yet to meet anybody that doesn’t like it.
To apply or inquire, please send a curriculum vitae, statement of research interests, and other pertinent information by email. I will be at the Cosyne meeting and workshops with my cell phone (512-922-8777) if you would like to speak with me about the positions.
Max Snodderly, Ph.D.
Professor, Human Ecology/ Nutritional Sciences
Inst for Neuroscience and Ctr for Perceptual Systems
1 University Station/ A2700
The University of Texas, Austin, TX 78712
Off: (512) 232-3307; Cell: (512) 922-8777 Fax:471-5844