Post-doc and Graduate Student Positions Available
Are you interested how your own physiological state affects how your brain processes information? We are recruiting 2 graduate students and a post-doc to join our lab at West Virginia University, for fall 2018. We have several projects looking at the role of neuromodulation in sensory processing that take advantage of anatomical, molecular, physiological and behavioral approaches.
If you are interested, contact Dr. Andrew Dacks (firstname.lastname@example.org) and please include a resume or CV. Information about the Biology graduate program is at http://biology.wvu.edu/students/graduate-students.
To apply electronically for the post-doc position please go to