Post doc at Kansas State University

Dear Timing Research Forum members,

Please pass along the following job announcement to potentially interested
parties, and apologies for cross posting.

Best wishes,

Kim Kirkpatrick


Post-doctoral Fellow Position in the Reward Timing and Decision
Laboratory (Kansas State University).  Applications are invited for a
Post-Doc Research Fellow to work on an NIMH funded R01 grant examining
behavioral interventions to promote self-control in rats. The proposed
experiments will assess the efficacy and mechanism of action of time-
and reward-based interventions designed to mitigate impulsive choice
behavior.  We also aim to begin examining the neural circuitry of
plasticity in decision making induced by the behavioral interventions.
The successful candidate should possess prior experience in conducting
laboratory behavioral analysis techniques, should possess basic
computer programming skills, have formal training in data analysis
skills, and possess good written and oral communication skills. A PhD
in Behavioral Neuroscience, Experimental Psychology, or a related
field is required prior to the time of appointment. Interested
applicants may send in quiries to Dr. Kimberly Kirkpatrick,, or may submit an application at:  For
further details on Dr. Kirkpatricks research program see: