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Laboratories of Cognitive Neuroscience
2 Brookline Place
Brookline, MA 02445

Main Lab: 617-355-0400
Email:Jessica.Slater@childrens.harvard.edu

Interested in working at the Laboratories of Cognitive Neuroscience?

We anticipate having several full-time employment opportunities opening up for both Research Assistants and Research Coordinators. If you are interested in being considered for any potential openings, please fill out the survey below.

If you are interested in student internship opportunities in the LCN, please fill out the application. We make student determinations three times per year, based upon the semester and summer schedules.

Postdoctoral fellowship in Labs of Cognitive Neuroscience, Boston Children’s Hospital/Harvard School of Medicine (Charles A. Nelson, Ph.D.)

The Laboratories of Cognitive Neuroscience, under the direction of Charles A. Nelson, Ph.D., seek one or more highly qualified postdoctoral scientists with an interest in neurodevelopment and primary expertise in EEG and related (e.g., evoked potential) methods. The ideal candidate will also have the analytic/statistical skills to relate EEG data to a wealth of existing and to-be-collected behavioral data (particularly tasks that capture executive functions).

Eligible postdocs should have training in clinical or developmental psychology or developmental cognitive neuroscience, ideally with solid experience in neuroscience methods (particularly EEG) and experience with young children. The postdoc will have the opportunity to engage in various studies, both domestic and international. This could include supervising and mentoring research coordinators/assistants and undergraduate students, extensive involvement in data processing and analysis, and correspondingly, involvement in manuscript preparation and grant writing. Again, expertise in EEG methodology is essential, including familiarity with EEG, evoked potentials, and event- related potentials; and on the analytic side, the ideal candidate will have experience in advanced signal processing, including time-frequency analysis, functional connectivity and/or cortical source analyses, and machine learning and/or other AI-based tools. Prior programming experience is preferred, with a strong preference for familiarity with MATLAB and/or Python programming environment and associated toolboxes (e.g., EEGLAB/ERPLAB, Fieldtrip, MNE-Python). This position is open for a start date as early as July 1st, 2022. A 2-year commitment is preferred. Applications will be accepted until the position is filled.

Qualifications:

  • Doctoral degree in clinical or developmental psychology, neuroscience, cognitive neuroscience, with a history of research focused on neurodevelopment
  • Experience conducting research with infants and/or children
  • Excellent interpersonal, clinical, and research skills
  • Experience with EEG/ERP

Application Information:

A complete application includes 1 copy of each of the following items (please include your full name on every page of your application:

  1. Letter of interest
  2. CV
  3. Names and contacts for three references

For consideration, please submit an application to Dr. Charles A. Nelson (charles.nelson@harvard.edu)