Individuals who work in the DANE laboratory should share an interest in the integration of cognitive science, neurobiology, education research, and practice. We are always looking for exceptional individuals to conduct research in the DANE laboratory. We value diverse backgrounds and perspectives, strong quantitative skills, and a passion for problem-solving. Each individual plays a unique role in our laboratory.
Undergraduate students are expected to have a personal scientific interest, as well as curiosity and enthusiasm for understanding how neuroscience plays a role in education.
Interested applicants should visit the College of Education Graduate Website for more information about the University of Delaware Ph.D. Program in the School of Education.
The DANE laboratory at the University of Delaware is offering a postdoctoral position focused on the neurobiological basis of reading development. A Ph.D. in Neuroscience, Psychology, or another relevant field is required, as is the demonstrable ability to work independently and as a part of a team. Skills in neuroimaging methods, programming, experimental design, and advanced statistics are particularly welcome.
Please contact Dr. Del Tufo (email@example.com) if you are interested in becoming a part of the DANE laboratory. The email should include information about your specific research interest.