Haskins Laboratories has an opening for a postdoctoral research fellow to join ongoing projects investigating the neural basis of language and literacy development in both laboratory and educational (primary and secondary, grades 1–12) settings.
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Haskins Laboratories has an opening for a postdoctoral research fellow on a project investigating the neurobiological basis (brain structure, genetics) of specific reading disability (SRD). The successful applicant will be primarily responsible for conducting and interpreting analyses of neuroimaging data (structural and diffusion imaging data).
This position is located in New Haven, CT. We are seeking a Research Assistant for an exciting, collaborative research project between the Stuttering and Dynamics Laboratory (SaDL) at NYU and the Yale Brain Function Laboratory (BFL). The project examines the neural mechanisms of stuttering during social interaction using functional near-infrared spectroscopy (fNIRS) and electroencephalography (EEG)
Haskins Laboratories has an opening for a Research Associate in Neuroimaging Analysis. This position, funded by the National Institute of Health, will provide hands-on basic and applied research experience in the study of speech and reading. Our projects employ multiple neuroimaging modalities, including MRI, EEG and NIRS, in combination with eye-tracking, computational modeling, and behavioral testing of children. This Associate will work directly with Dr. Einar Mencl, Director of Neuroimaging Research; and Dr. Kenneth Pugh, President and Director of Research at Haskins Laboratories.
Haskins Laboratories in New Haven CT is seeking qualified individuals to fill full-time and part-time Research Associate positions for Behavioral and Neuroimaging Testing. Successful candidates will join a team of researchers who employ behavioral and neuroimaging methods to investigate language development.