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October 30, 2019

Part-Time Associate Position

The Department of Psychology at Columbia University is seeking an experienced educator with strong expertise in human neuroimaging to help design and lead the lab section of a new graduate-level course on human brain imaging with a focus on functional magnetic resonance imaging. The course will be led by Professors Lila Davachi and Nikolaus Kriegeskorte and will run from January 1, 2020 through May 31, 2020 and include a 2.5-hour weekly lab session.

October 30, 2019

Part-Time Adjunct Assistant Professor Position

The Department of Psychology at Columbia University invites applications for a part-time Associate/Adjunct Assistant professor position, beginning this fall. We are seeking educators with strong expertise in human neuroimaging to help design and lead the lab section of a new graduate-level course on human brain imaging with a focus on functional magnetic resonance imaging. The course will be led by Professors Lila Davachi and Nikolaus Kriegeskorte and will run during the Spring Semester (Jan. 1, 2020 through May 31, 2020) and include a 2.5-hour weekly lab session.

September 04, 2019

Lab Preview Day - Handout

By joining a lab, you will see how research projects are conducted. Depending on the lab, you may also see how projects are developed, how data is analyzed, and how presentations are put together for conferences and publication. If you are involved in a lab for the long term, you may even contribute to a project that enables you to be a published researcher yourself.

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