[Comp-neuro] Postdoc - connectivity and neuroimaging

Daniele Marinazzo daniele.marinazzo at ugent.be
Fri Nov 25 13:04:56 CET 2011


The MEDISIP department at Ghent University (Belgium) is seeking to fill a
postdoctoral researcher position in the area of connectivity. The fellow
will join a large research project situated in the context of a
university-wide multidisciplinary research partnership on integrative
neuroscience of behavior control. The research track is led by Daniele
Marinazzo (Data Analysis) in collaboration with Stefaan Vandenberghe
(Medical image processing) and Wim FIas (Experimental psychology).

The research project is focused on the effects of intervention (TMS or
surgery) on connectivity derived from neuroimaging (EEG, fMRI) in animals,
healthy controls and neurological patients.

*Applicants should have a Ph.D. related to neuroscience and a good
background in image or signal processing.*

The fellow is thus expected to have a strong background in experimentation,
programming, data analysis, and the functioning of the human brain.

Within the partnership access is provided to a human 3T MR system dedicated
for neuroscience research, a small animal 7T MRI system and MR compatible
TMS and EEG equipment.

The fellowship will be open for two years and the starting date is
flexible.

Interested candidates should send a CV, motivation letter, and two (email)
addresses of potential referees to Daniele Marinazzo (
Daniele.marinazzo at ugent.be). The closing date for applications is December
31th 2011. Interviews with selected candidates will take place in the first
half of January  2012.


-- 
Daniele Marinazzo -- http://www.da.ugent.be
Department of Data Analysis, Gent University
Henri Dunantlaan 1, B-9000 Gent, Belgium
+32 (0) 9 264 6375
-- NIPS 2011 satellite - Causal graphs: Linking brain structure to function
- Granada, 11 Dec 2011 -- http://users.ugent.be/~dmarinaz/nips2011WS.html
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