Postdoctoral Training in Multisensory Processes

Wake Forest Medical School of Medicine
Winston-Salem, North Carolina (US)
January 26 2017
Barry E. Stein

The Department of Neurobiology and Anatomy at Wake Forest Medical School announces open positions for

Postdoctoral Training in
Multisensory Processes

We seek strong candidates for postdoctoral training funded by an NIH T32 Training Grant. The training program provides a rich collaborative research environment that fosters interdisciplinary approaches to understanding how the brain integrates information from multiple senses to produce perception and adaptive behavior. Candidates with direct experience as well as those in related fields are encouraged to apply. Trainees will have access to any of 9 laboratories using human subjects and/or a variety of animal models (rodents-primates) with approaches spanning molecular/cellular to perceptual/behavioral. Fellowships are awarded on a competitive basis.

Applications including a current curriculum vitae or nominations should be sent to the Training Grant Director: Dr. Barry E. Stein,, or to its Co-Directors: Dr. Terrence Stanford, and Dr. Dwayne Godwin, A description of the faculty and the program can be accessed via the website: Please also submit your application and CV to job opening 21087 at

EOE/AA: Minorities/Females/Disabled/Vets.