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Herman J. Woltring
11-13-1991, 02:59 AM
Dear Biomch-L readers,

The following two postdoc announcements were received today from the
Eye Movement List.

Regards -- Herman J. Woltring (TELNETting from Phoenix, AZ/USA)

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From: IN%"eyemov-l@SPCVXA.SPC.EDU" 9-NOV-1991 14:25:44.05
Subj: Post-doctoral position # 1


POSTDOCTORAL POSITION

A 2-year postdoctoral position is available immediately
at the Center for Visual Science, University of Rochester.
The project involves measures of oculomotor behavior in
young human infants to large-field visual displays, both
while the infant is stationary (OKN and OKN-suppression)
and while undergoing linear translation (LVOR). Both
video and EOG eye-movement recording systems will be
used. Experience in one or more of the following areas
is preferred, but not essential: eye-movement recordings,
infant testing, binocular vision, vestibular research,
C-programming, digital signal processing, video displays.
Salary level will follow NIH guidelines ($18-25K) based
on years post-Ph.D. Collaborations with other investigators
working in the area of spatial orientation and motor
control at Rochester is encouraged. Send CV and three
letters of reference to: Richard Aslin, Center for
Visual Science, Meliora Hall, University of Rochester,
Rochester, NY 14627 U.S.A. E-mail address: aslin@cvs.
rochester.edu Lab phone: (716)275-4621 Fax: (716)271-3043

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From: IN%"eyemov-l@SPCVXA.SPC.EDU" 9-NOV-1991 20:13:31.60
Subj: Post-doctoral position # 2


EYE MOVEMENTS and THE VESTIBULAR SYSTEM

POSTDOCTORAL POSITION AVAILABLE AT YORK UNIVERSITY, TORONTO

A post-doctoral position is available to work on the vestibular
control of eye movements with LAURENCE HARRIS.

$30,000 /annum for 2 years in the first instance.

My laboratory uses neurophysiological and psychophysical techniques
to look at visual-vestibular interactions. I am interested in
people with related experience in either of these fields.

York University provides an excellent research environment with a
strong and cohesive vision group including Ian Howard, Keith
Grasse, David Martin Regan, Hiro Ono, Pete Kaiser, Marty Steinbach,
Otmar Bock, Ken Money, myself and others.

I would be delighted to provide more details of my projects if you
are interested. Please give me a call or send your CV with a
statement of where your interests lie (neurophysiology, human
psychophysics etc...) to:

Dr Laurence Harris, Psychology, York Univ. Toronto, Ontario M3J 1P3
phone: + (416) 736-2100 ext 66108
fax: + (416) 736-5814
email: HarrisL @ VM1.YorkU.CA