Job Description:

* Two year fellowship available within the MossRehab Research Institute (MRRI), in collaboration with the University of Pennsylvania (Penn), for research training in cognitive (neuro)science and (neuro)rehabilitation
* MRRI scientists, and their fellows, conduct federally funded research on treatments and outcomes of traumatic brain injury (TBI) ranging from recovery from minimally conscious/vegatative states to treatments for behavioral, emotional, and cognitive regulation: the cognitive neuroscience of action in healthy and stroke participants, including motor planning/motor learning, spatial representation, and selection of objects for action; mechanisms of cognitive impairment after stroke and TBI: and the behavioral and neural impact of training and grug-based treatment
* Available research mentors include John Whyte, Laurel Buxbaum, Tessa Hart, and Steve Jax
* Collaborations at Penn allow training in neural imaging, voxelwise lesion-symptom mapping, and TMS


* Candidates should have a doctorate in clinical/neuropsychology; rehabilitation psychology, experimental psychology; rehabilitation sciences; rehabilitation medicine or related field, and must be interested in developing an independent research career

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