Post-Doctoral Opportunities

Many PBS faculty engage postdoctoral fellows in their labs.  If you are interested in a postdoctoral fellowship with faculty in the department, you are encouraged to contact the faculty member directly to inquire about any current opportunities.

Opportunities at Dartmouth College

Neukom Fellows at Dartmouth

The Neukom Fellows program is an interdisciplinary postdoctoral program at Dartmouth that may provide another means of working with or being mentored by faculty in our department. Please see the position announcement here.

Dartmouth Society of Fellows

Founded in 2014, under the leadership of President Philip Hanlon, the Society of Fellows aims to foster intellectual community at the highest levels and broadly across the institution. The Dartmouth Society of Fellows is an interdisciplinary community that supports the integration of research and teaching excellence.


Post Doctoral and Graduate

Opportunities Outside of Dartmouth College

The department periodically receives job or internship postings from organizations interested in recruiting current students or recent graduates and we'll post those here as they are received. 

  • Two postdoctoral research fellowships in the cognitive neuroscience of religious belief are available beginning April 1st, 2022 at the Shirley Ryan AbilityLab under the supervision of Drs. Jordan Grafman and Patrick McNamara. These positions are for three years, with the possibility of extension.  Affiliated with the Northwestern University School of Medicine, the Shirley Ryan AbilityLab features a dedicated 3.0 T human MRI scanner, excellent MRI-compatible auxiliary equipment, and significant computational resources are availability in the local research community. More information can be found here(Posted January 5, 2022)
  • Announcing two full-time post-doc positions at George Mason University (Fairfax, Virginia, USA) in the lab of Professor Holger Dannenberg in the Department of Bioengineering. The positions are in the area of spatial cognition and memory. Both projects are fully funded for up to 3 years by the National Institute of Neurological Disorders and Stroke (NINDS) of the National Institutes of Health (NIH), grant # R00NS116129 (previously K99NS116129). Please see the position advertisementfor more information.(Posted April 14, 2022)