We are currently not actively looking for postdocs, but if you are interested in our lab and want to hear about possible openings in the future, you can email Dr. Störmer (firstname.lastname@example.org). Please include a brief summary of your background, your goals for your postdoctoral training, your website address (if available), your CV, and a representative publication. Background in psychophysics and EEG or fRMI is a plus.
We are looking for qualified graduate students to start September 2021. To apply, send an application to the Graduate Program in Brain and Psychological Sciences at Dartmouth College and indicate Dr. Störmer as the advisor you are primarily interested in working with. Applications are due December 1st in order to start the following September. Before applying, we recommend emailing with Dr. Störmer to express your interest. Please include some information about your research interests, previous research experience, and your CV when doing do.
While a bachelors degree in Psychology, Neuroscience or related fields is required and programming skills (MATLAB/Python, C/C++, etc.) and experience with behavioral and/or EEG testing are desirable, we are also open to considering exceptional candidates from wider backgrounds. The psychology department offers support that is competitive and not restricted to U.S. citizens.
We are always looking for highly motivated undergraduate research assistants with strong interest in cognitive neuroscience, perception, attention, memory, and multisensory integration.
If you’re interested in volunteering in the lab, please email Dr. Störmer. Please include some information about relevant coursework, technical skills (Do you know Matlab?), and any other previous research experience and we’ll get back to you.