We are looking for a postdoctoral scholar to support a recently funded project that is seeking to examine behavioural and neural correlates of Misophonia in naturalistic listening environments. This project will combine state-of-the-art multisensory virtual environments with high-density EEG in an effort to better understand the brain regions and neural dynamics involved in adverse responses to trigger sounds.
This is a fully-funded 2-year fellowship with the possibility of extension beyond that period. The successful applicant will join a dynamic and interdisciplinary group of researchers at the Western Institute for Neuroscience (formerly the Brain and Mind Institute), and will have access to world-class technology for the study of auditory cognitive neuroscience.
The successful applicant should have experience collecting and analyzing EEG data; in particular experience with frequency domain analyses and measures of functional connectivity would be an asset.