Research Fellow | Diagnostic Radiology

Wake Forest Baptist Health
Job Title: Research Fellow
Job ID: 6552
Full/Part Time: Full-Time
Regular/Temporary: Regular
Job Category: Research Professional
Location: Winston-Salem, NC North Carolina
Research Professional, Medical, Healthcare4/25/2014DIAGNOSTIC RADIOLOGYFull-time Regular, 40 hours/weekThis is a postdoctoral position which involves imaging data analysis and methodologies for the AA-DHS and iTAKL NIH funded grants.A completed doctorate degree, Ph.D or MD, is required.Note: This position contains grant funding which may...

Job Description


DIAGNOSTIC RADIOLOGY

Post-Doctoral Position in neuroimaging of mild TBI

Advanced Neuroscience Imaging Research Lab

An NIH-funded post-doctoral position is available for a highly motivated scientist for research in brain imaging methods including functional MRI, diffusion tensor imaging, voxel-based morphometery, and magneto-encephalography. The position is in the Advanced Neuroscience Imaging Research Lab at the Wake Forest University School of Medicine. The research project involves studying sports related sub-concussive impacts using biomechanical measures, cognitive testing, and multimodal imaging data. The candidate will have opportunities to develop skills in imaging techniques, experimental design, data analyses, and cognitive/sensory neuroscience. The position will also involve working with faculty and research staff in the Center for Injury Biomechanics at Wake Forest University.

Candidates should have strong analytical and computer skills including familiarity with Unix, Matlab, and SPM and/or FSL. This post will involve working with other collaborative members of the project (including imaging scientists, cognitive neuroscientists, biostatisticians, and biomechanical engineers), and developing and applying brain image analysis software tools.

Applicants should have a Ph.D., M.D., or equivalent in any of the following areas: neuroscience, neuroimaging, biomedical engineering, machine-learning, network science, cognitive neuroscience or MR-related disciplines. Previous experience in functional brain imaging, statistical signal processing (particularly SPM or FSL) or cognitive/systems neuroscience is preferred.

Grant funding for this position is available through June 2019.

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