A funded post-doc position is available in Dr. Nitzan Censor's lab at the Sagol School of Neuroscience and School of Psychological Sciences, Tel-Aviv University, to engage in exciting multidisciplinary research in human perceptual or motor skill learning and memory (http://www.censorlab.tau.ac.il).
The overall mission of the research is to investigate the link between the way by which memories are formed, modified and internally represented and the resulting learning which enables skill improvements over time. Research will involve a combination of psychophysics, non-invasive brain stimulation and neuroimaging techniques.
Enthusiastic candidates with backgrounds in either Neuroscience, Psychology, Physics, Computer Science or Engineering, with excellent collaboration skills, capable of setting up and leading novel research directions are encouraged to contact Dr. Nitzan Censor at email@example.com and attach a statement of research interests and a CV.
The research lab lead by Dr. Nitzan Censor, investigates the link between the way by which perceptual and motor memories are formed, modified and internally represented in the human brain and the resulting learning which enables skill improvements over time. The research involves a combination of psychophysics, non-invasive brain stimulation and neuroimaging techniques. Nitzan is a faculty member at the School of Psychological Sciences and the Sagol School of Neuroscience at Tel Aviv University.