Employment Opportunities

Dynamic Memory Lab Junior Specialist

DESCRIPTION - The UC Davis Dynamic Memory Lab (DML) works to understand the neural basis of human memory in healthy individuals, and to understand these mechanisms go awry in patients with memory disorders. We are seeking a bright, motivated, organized, and resourceful individual to join our research team at the UC Davis Center for Neuroscience. Responsibilities will focus on research (e.g., Experimental Design, Data Collection, and Analysis; 80% time), and lab administration in collaboration with the lab manager (e.g., management of human subjects protocols, scheduling of research assistants, and assistance with lab events such as talks or conferences; 20% time).


We particularly seek applicants with computing skills (e.g., experience with MATLAB, Python or other programming languages, as well as stats programs) and interests in memory and cognitive neuroscience. Ideally the candidate will have one year of research experience, as well as strong organizational skills, interpersonal skills, and self-motivation. Previous research assistants from our lab have continued on to top psychology and neuroscience PhD programs.


DEGREE REQUIREMENT - Bachelor’s Degree in psychology, psychobiology, neuroscience or a related field.

Click Here for more information

Applicants can apply at: https://recruit.ucdavis.edu/apply/JPF02141

Human Memory Lab Junior Specialist

DESCRIPTION - The UC Davis Human Memory Lab (HML)works to understand human memory, and why it often fails. Using behavioral techniques alongside fMRI, our research examines many factors that influence memory such as stress, aging, and injury. Our patient related work focuses on individuals who have memory impairments from illness or injury.We are seeking a bright, motivated, organized, and resourceful individual to join our research team at the UC Davis Center for Neuroscience. Responsibilities will focus on research (e.g., Experimental Design, Data Collection, and Analysis; 80% time), and lab administration in collaboration with the lab manager (e.g., management of human subjects protocols, scheduling of research assistants, and assistance with lab events such as talks or conferences; 20% time).


We particularly seek applicants with computing skills (e.g., experience with MATLAB, Python or other programming languages, as well as stats programs) and interests in memory and cognitive neuroscience. Ideally the candidate will have one year of research experience, as well as strong organizational skills, interpersonal skills, and self-motivation. Previous research assistants from our lab have continued on to top psychology and neuroscience PhD programs.


DEGREE REQUIREMENT - Bachelor’s Degree in psychology, psychobiology, neuroscience or a related field.

Click Here for more information.

Applicants can apply at: https://recruit.ucdavis.edu/apply/JPF02142