New postdoc position for studying neural mechanisms of attention in real-life, using mobile EEG

The Human Brain Dynamics Lab (, lead by Prof. Elana Zion Golumbic,  is seeking a talented and innovative postdoc to join an exciting NIH- funded project for studying students’ attention at school.

Using mobile-EEG and other field-based techniques, we will study fluctuations in students’ attention during live classes and throughout the day, investigate susceptibility to distraction and the relationship between neurophysiological metrics of attention and learning outcomes.


  • PhD degree in neuroscience or cognitive psychology
  • Proven experience with EEG/MEG or other physiological signals
  • Strong computational background and programming abilities
  • Aptitude for working with high-school students
  • Good inter-personal skills
  • Educational experience (advantage)
  • Clinical experience with ADHD (advantage)
  • Strong language and writing skills in English (advantage)


Candidates should send a letter of inquiry and CV to Prof. Elana Zion Golumbic

Start date: Sept 2024 ; Expected Commitment: full time position for 2-years

Last Updated Date : 23/06/2024