Become a neuroethologist!

Become a neuroethologist!

The Neuroethology of Communication Lab (headed by Attila Andics) at the Department of Ethology is looking for excellent candidates who are interested in pursuing a PhD education in comparative cognitive neuroscience. Our group explores the neural bases of vocal communication and language in dogs, pigs and humans. If you wish to learn state-of-the-art neuroscientific and ethological research methods at one place, and want to be part of a supportive and cheerful team that is among the very few worldwide capable of conducting fMRI and EEG studies on awake, unrestrained, cooperating animals, apply now and join us. See details here.