OPENINGS IN THE LAB

Why should you join us? Glad you asked. So many reasons! We are a fun group of people with a variety of backgrounds both culturally and scientifically. We may be biased but we also feel that we do pretty good research :) So, this can be an ideal place to learn something new, teach others what you already know, and make important scientific contributions. We also have access to great resources. The lab space is located down the hall from a 3T Prisma MRI scanner at the Center for Advanced Brain Imaging (CABI, cabiatl.com). The lab also houses its own TMS equipment and is pioneering the use of concurrent TMS-fMRI that allows TMS to be delivered inside the MRI scanner. There are also opportunities for collaborations across several Atlanta-based universities including Georgia Tech, Emory and Georgia State. Finally, Georgia Tech is located in the heart of Atlanta - a vibrant, multicultural city that provides a variety of cultural, culinary, and entertainment opportunities. Get in touch if you want to learn more about the lab, Georgia Tech, or the city of Atlanta.

Postdocs
We have 2 postdoc openings! The topic is flexible - we are eager to work with people who can bring complementary perspectives to our work, including from fields such as perception, memory, metacognition, working memory, attention, cognitive control, etc. Experience with computational modeling, neural networks, fMRI, EEG, or TMS is also welcome but not required. To apply, email (1) your CV, (2) a brief description of what types of research questions you may want to pursue if you join us, and (3) a list of three references (names and email addresses will suffice at this point) to Dr. Rahnev (rahnev@psych.gatech.edu). Review begins on April 15, 2021 and will continue until both positions are filled.

Ph.D. Students
We will be accepting new Ph.D. students for Fall 2022. Feel free to get in touch if you're interested!

Research assistants (open only to Georgia Tech undergraduates)
Due to COVID-19, we are currently not able to take any new research assistants. This may change in the Fall semester depending on how the situation develops. If you're interested in a Fall position, please get in touch with Dr. Rahnev in late July.