Joining Our Lab
START DATE: Spring 2016. The NeuroCognition Lab at the Martinos Center for Biomedical Imaging is offering a two-year NICHD-funded postdoctoral position in Multimodal Neuroimaging. The position involves working on an exciting multimodal imaging project that examines the neural dynamics of semantic processing in healthy individuals using fMRI MEG and ERPs. Close collaborators include Dr.s Gina Kuperberg and Matti Hamalainen.
A Ph.D. in cognitive neuroscience, psychology, or related fields is required. The successful candidate should have very strong technical and programming skills (familiarity with UNIX/LINUX operating systems, and statistical and analytic software MATLAB, SPSS, etc), and hands-on experience with collecting, analyzing and interpreting fMRI data. He/she should also be interested in learning how fMRI methods can be integrated with EEG and MEG methods. Experience in the research areas of language processing, semantic and episodic memory, executive function and/or the cognitive neuroscience of schizophrenia are desirable but not required. Candidates will have access to the state-of-the-art multimodal brain imaging facilities at the Martinos Center (see website) and will have an exciting opportunity for training in multiple neuroimaging techniques, as well as how to apply basic cognitive neuroscience methods to asking important questions in patient populations.
Massachusetts General Hospital is an equal opportunity and affirmative action employer. Full-time employees receive full benefits. Please send (1) a curriculum vitae (2) a cover letter and statement of research experience, achievements and interests (3) pdfs of papers published or submitted to: Gina Kuperberg, M.D., Ph.D. by email: firstname.lastname@example.org or FAX: 617 812 4799
The NeuroCognition Lab in the Psychology Department at Tufts University seeks a part-time hourly student worker with computer programming/coding skills to work on customizing a human EEG data analysis suite within the MATLAB programming language. Graduate students or advanced undergraduates who are matriculated at Tufts and studying computer science, cognitive science, engineering, or other fields with a strong background in programming/coding fundamentals are eligible to apply. Preference will be given to those who can provide references based on previous work (of any type) in a research lab. Students with these qualifications who have additionally demonstrated an interest in cognitive or biomedical sciences would be an excellent fit for this position. The initial term of the project will last through the 2016 spring semester with a time commitment of 8-12 hours per week.
To apply for this position:
In addition to a resume/CV that includes contact information for 2-3 references, please provide a cover letter that addresses qualifications, prior experience, and relevant coursework. Application materials should be compiled into one single pdf file and uploaded to Dropbox using this URL: http://tinyurl.com/ncleeglab