THE NEUROBIOLOGY OF SOCIAL COMMUNICATION LAB
Investigates the neural underpinnings of complex traits that enable humans and other species to communicate socially, such as speech and dance.
THE NEUROBIOLOGY OF SOCIAL COMMUNICATION LAB IS GUIDED BY A SET OF KEY PRINCIPLES
We look forward to creating an inclusive scientific culture.
We support scientific accessibility to all
We are committed to the scientific training and well-being of the next generation of scientists.
We strive for science that is done rigorously and passionately.
We are hiring at all levels!
Please send your CV and a letter of intent describing how your past and current experience meshes with the research interests and/or techniques we aim to employ at the Neurobiology of Social Communication Lab.
We primarily welcome experience in fMRI (in humans) and behavioral analysis. We also welcome experience in comparative genomics, population genetics, computational biology, neuroanatomy, DNA libraries, and PCR.