Profile : Requirements include a PhD in Neuroscience or related fields, previous experience designing and executing behavioral experiments with human subjects or animals, and a sufficiently strong programming and quantitative background. Previous experience with fMRI and eye-tracking is ideal, but not essential.
The Lab : The Rangel Neuroeconomics Lab (www.rnl.caltech.edu) at Caltech studies the computational and neurobiological basis of decision making using a combination of tools from neuroscience, economics, psychology, and computer science (using tools including fMRI, EEG, TMS, single-unit recordings in human patients, eye-tracking, and computational modeling).
Application : Applicants should email Antonio Rangel (email@example.com) their CV, up to three publication samples, names and contact information of three references, and a letter addressing the following questions: (1) What is your ideal start date? (2) What are your career plans? (3) What is your experience with computational modeling, programming and statistics? and (4) Do you have any experience with behavioral experiments, eye-tracking, fMRI, EEG, neurophysiology or TMS that is not reflected in the publication samples?