The Nee Lab for Cognitive Neuroscience at Florida State University will be recruiting a graduate student to begin in Fall 2024. The lab studies the neural bases of cognitive control, working memory, and reward processing using fMRI and TMS. The candidate will have access to FSU's state-of-the-art imaging facility equipped with a 3T Siemens Prisma. Equipment to concurrently perform TMS-fMRI, TMS-EEG, and EEG-fMRI will also be available.
FSU boasts a strong core of Cognitive Neuroscience faculty with strengths in the study of cognitive control, memory, and affect using fMRI, EEG, TMS, TACS and combinations thereof. We pride ourselves on having a vibrant, collegial, and collaborative community, and welcome students with diverse backgrounds.
Proficiency in MATLAB or Python and experience in fMRI data analysis is preferred. Interested applicants should apply through the Department of Psychology or Program in Neuroscience depending upon background and interests: https://psy.fsu.edu/php/graduate/graduate.php?_tr=2_2
The Nee Lab for Cognitive Neuroscience at Florida State University is seeking DIS students with interests in the neural basis of working memory and/or cognitive control. Our lab uses fMRI, TMS, and behavior to understand these functions. DIS students work closely with lab members to learn about research and contribute to the research process. Interested students should send a resume and transcript to firstname.lastname@example.org.