Postdoctoral Researcher, The Neuroscience of Mind & Behavior Lab at Indiana University, Bloomington

November 07, 2022

Postdoctoral researcher (option for this to be a remote position)

The Neuroscience of Mind & Behavior Lab at Indiana University, Bloomington, directed by Dr. Anne Krendl, is accepting applications for a Visiting Research Scientist positions (title equivalent to a postdoc). Remote positions will be considered.

The Research Scientist will contribute to NIA-funded research on social cognition and aging. The project incorporates both behavioral and neuroimaging methodologies. The position is designed for a talented and productive researcher with a Ph.D. in psychology, neuroscience, or a related field, and an interest in interdisciplinary research. This project is being led by Dr. Krendl, and will be conducted in collaboration with Co-PI Dr. Brea Perry from the IU Department of Sociology, Drs. Olaf Sporns, Kurt Hugenberg, and Dan Kennedy from the IU Department of Psychological of Brain Sciences, and researchers from the Indiana Alzheimer Disease Research Center.

The ideal candidate would have a previous training in social or cognitive neuroscience, a strong background in social cognitive research, and interests in conducting aging research and applying network neuroscience approaches to studying the human brain. More information on the Dr. Krendl’s research can be found at https://krendlab.sitehost.iu.edu/.

The target start date for the position is Spring/Summer 2022, but the start date can be flexible. We will begin reviewing applications immediately, and continue reviewing them on a rolling basis until the position is filled. Salary is commensurate with experience as recommended by NIH and includes health benefits.

To apply, please email a cover letter that includes a proposed start date, CV, three representative publications, and the names and contact information of 3 references to Anne Krendl .

Indiana University is an Equal Opportunity Employer with a commitment to racial, cultural, and gender diversity. Women and minorities are encouraged to apply.

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