The candidate will work independently on basic research projects in the laboratory of Dr. Pack at the MNI. His/her work will be focused on understanding the effects of non-invasive brain stimulation on neural activity in the primate brain, using multi-channel electrophysiological recordings. Additionally, he/she will devise models that relate the observed neurophysiological effects to behavioral effects associated with sensation, memory, learning, and motor control. He/she will design the necessary research methodology and perform the relevant data analyses. He/she will work with collaborative teams on the multidisciplinary aspects of the research projects and will further model the data, write drafts of manuscripts, and contribute to the writing of grants. The candidate will also participate in the supervision of full-time technician(s) and of graduate and summer trainees, if required.