Center for Autism Research and electrophysiology (CARE Lab) at Syracuse University

The Center for Autism Research and electrophysiology (CARE Lab) at Syracuse University, under the direction of Dr. Natalie Russo, is seeking applicants for a postdoctoral research associate position. This research uses experimental, neurophysiological, and clinical approaches to investigate the relationship between sensory processing and multi-sensory integration among typically developing children and adults as well as those with an autism spectrum disorder. This is a one-year position with the possibility of renewal for a second year.


Ph.D. (or ABD) and appropriate graduate-level coursework and experience. This position requires substantial research experience.

Job Specific Qualifications

A strong research record and previous experience in working with children are desirable but not mandatory.

Special consideration will be given to candidates who have experience with eye tracking, electrophysiology and/or knowledge of programming in MATLAB, or individuals who are trained in the diagnosis and assessment of individuals with autism (ADOS/ADI)


Responsibilities will include programming experiments, assisting with some testing of participants as needed, training undergrad and graduate students, analyzing data, and writing articles for scholarly publications.

Physical Requirements




Application Instructions

Cover letter, CV, contact information for three professional references, and copies of recent publications must be attached.

Syracuse University is interested in candidates who have the communication skills and cross-cultural abilities to maximize their effectiveness with diverse groups of colleagues, students and community members. Women, military veterans, individuals with disabilities, and members of other traditionally underrepresented groups are encouraged to apply. Syracuse University is an equal opportunity employer, as well as a federal contractor required to take affirmative action on behalf of protected veterans.