Dr. Yin WU at The Hong Kong Polytechnic University, is recruiting a Postdoctoral Fellow in the broad field of decision and social neuroscience. The lab has good access to functional neuroimaging and clinical facilities. The lab has focused on the role of hormones in human social cognition and decision-making by combining behavioral experiments with brain imaging and hormone measurement. The lab is well funded and consists of PhD students and research assistants.
This fellowship will be a two-year position beginning between January and June 2024. The salary is highly competitive. Hong Kong Polytechnic University is a research-oriented university and ranked 65th place globally. Applicants should have experience conducting cognitive neuroscience research and must have completed a PhD in a relevant discipline (e.g., cognitive neuroscience, social psychology) prior to beginning the fellowship.
Please email the following documents to Dr. Wu : (1) your CV, (2) one or two first-authored manuscripts, and (3) a cover letter describing how your background, experience, and interests fit with this position. Please include “Postdoc application” in the subject line.
Applications will be considered on a rolling basis until filled.
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