· Your work will focus on our research to investigate the cause of intellectual disability in the Fmr1 mutant mouse models of autism spectrum disorders that we are investigating. Your emphasis is to complete the communication of this research in manuscript form.
· You will work to archive and document the design and research tools you have created, to collect and to analyze behavioral and electrophysiological data from these animals.
· You will summarize in manuscript form the EEG studies in human subjects that you have performed to identify correlates of cognitive state in an artist.
· You will prepare manuscripts and materials for publication and other communication.
Ph.D. in neural science or related field.
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