The Laboratory of Neurocognitive Development at the University of Pittsburgh, under the direction of Professor Beatriz Luna and co-director Finn Calabro, has an opening for a T32-funded post-doctoral position. The focus of the lab is to investigate mechanisms underlying the normative transition through adolescence of neurocognitive development (cognition, rewards) (8-30 years of age). We are seeking candidates with a background in cognitive or developmental psychology, neuroscience, or a related field, have published in peer-reviewed journals, and have or will have completed their PhD prior to starting the position. A strong research background in the following areas is highly desired: task and/or resting state fMRI analysis, neurophysiological MR-based imaging (spectroscopy, tissue iron, etc), and statistical analysis of neurocognitive data. Familiarity with statistical methods including mixed effects models and/or structural equation modeling for characterizing neurodevelopment are a plus. The successful candidate will work on multimodal neuroimaging projects studying the brain basis of cognitive and reward system development drawing upon both existing and newly acquired longitudinal neuroimaging data. Multimodal imaging approaches include functional and resting state fMRI, 7T Magnetic Resonance Spectroscopic Imaging (GABA, glutamate), tissue iron, EEG, pediatric stereoelectroencephalography (sEEG), and archival PET data. Tasks include cognitive, reinforcement learning, and habit formation. In addition, the LNCD is a highly collaborative environment, affording the opportunity to contribute to a variety of ongoing projects in the lab, and to interact with lab members from a diverse array of backgrounds, including clinical and cognitive psychology, statistics, and bioengineering. Interested candidates should submit a curriculum vitae, the names of three references, a statement of research experience, and date of availability to Professor Beatriz Luna (). T32 funding requires US citizenship unless candidate has their own funding. More information on the LNCD can be found at Applications will be considered on a rolling basis beginning Dec 1 to March 1st 2022.