Company: The Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine
Posted on: January 16, 2022
POSTDOCTORAL RESEARCH FELLOW- ADVANCED FUNCTIONAL AND
PHYSIOLOGICAL MRI IN THE BRAIN -F.M. Kirby Research Center for
Brain Imaging, Kennedy Krieger InstituteDepartment of Radiology,
Johns Hopkins School of Medicine -Multiple post-doctoral research
fellowship in advanced functional and physiological MRI
acquisition, analysis, and application are available at the F.M.
Kirby Research Center for Brain Imaging, Johns Hopkins School of
Medicine. The successful candidate will be working to develop
cutting-edge acquisition and analysis techniques for imaging of
brain function and physiology. The candidate will also have the
opportunities to work on multiple clinical projects using these
advanced MRI techniques, which include studies on neurodegenerative
diseases such as Huntingdon's disease (HD), Alzheimer's disease
(AD), Parkinson's disease (PD) and mental disorders such as
schizophrenia. - -Affiliated with Johns Hopkins School of Medicine,
the Kirby Center is a nationally recognized (NIH P41 funded)
research resource for MR technology development. The Center
features research dedicated 3.0 T & 7.0 T human MRI scanners, 11.7
T preclinical animal MRI facility, excellent auxiliary equipment,
and computational resources. -Key qualifications:The successful
candidate will be a highly motivated researcher with a desire to
begin an independent career related to or involving advanced
functional and physiological MRI.
- A Ph.D. degree in MR Physics, Biomedical Engineering,
Neuroscience, or a related field; however, strong candidates with
other scientific backgrounds will also be considered.
- A strong background in MR physics and/or analysis, and a high
level of creativity.
- Strong programming skills for data analysis, especially Matlab
- Strong written and oral English communication skills. -Other
- First-hand experience with conducting MRI experiments.
- Experience with neuroimaging software (AFNI, FSL, SPM, or other
- Skills in pulse sequence programming and training in signal
- Knowledge of neuroscience, neurophysiology and neuropathology
in brain diseases.
Keywords: The Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine, Baltimore , Postdoctoral Researcher, Other , Baltimore, Maryland
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