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Auburn University – Department of Psychology is Hiring!

We are currently seeking a “health disparities” researcher, broadly defined, at the Assistant or Associate level –  the area of interest is open, so if your research has a component to it that addresses underserved populations based on ethnicity, economic status, residency, diagnostic category, age, etc., please  apply.   I can speak first hand about how terrific of a working environment we have; and our imaging facilities are truly remarkable.  Even if you aren’t on the market, but are looking for an exciting new opportunity,…

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This is Research

This Wednesday, April 13th, Auburn University will hold it’s “This is Research” Student Symposia (check out the link here). Several of our students will be presenting, so please swing by and show them some support!  All events occur in the Auburn University Student Center, with rooms listed below: 8:00-8:45am Room 2227 Jay Murphy – “Spatial smoothing and motion correction effects on sub-millimeter resolution fMRI data” 10:00-10:45am Room 2225 Julio Yanes – “Neurobiological impact of chronic cannabis use: A meta-analysis of functional neuroimaging studies” 4:30-6:00pm Poster…

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Postdoctoral Fellowship Opportunity

The Auburn University Department of Psychology is hiring a postdoctoral fellow, with a focus in cognitive neuroscience.  Specifically, we are looking for someone with neuroimaging experience.  Please pass this along to any of your graduate students, colleagues, and friends. The Auburn University MRI Research Center has a Siemens 3T Tim Trio and a 7T MAGNETOM.  This is a tremendous opportunity to get experience working with both scanners, alongside faculty interested in a diverse set of cognitive and affective neuroscience topics.  Please don’t hesitate to contact…

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Congratulations, Lauren!

Lauren was recently informed that she has been selected to participate in Auburn University’s Preparing Future Faculty Program.  This is a competitive program that allows graduate students to explore various topics related to academia that they would not typically encounter in their graduate coursework.  For more information on the Preparing Future Faculty Program, please visit their website here. Congratulations, Lauren!

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Spring News!

We have had a very exciting end to our Spring semester.  First, Katie Bottenhorn was accepted into graduate school and will be attending Florida International University in the Fall.  Second, Anna Kirkland was awarded with an Undergraduate Research Fellowship (URF), a highly competitive award that will provide her with a stipend and some travel funds to  present her research.  The fellowship starts this summer and will continue through the Fall.  Anna will be working on the brain imaging data that we collect as part of…

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