[Comp-neuro] A POSTDOCTORAL POSITION in COMPUTATIONAL NEUROSCIENCE

Kerstin Schlese Kerstin.Schlese at tu-dresden.de
Wed Jun 16 13:17:22 CEST 2010


A Postdoctoral Position with emphasis on advanced analysis techniques of
multimodal imaging data (functional, structural and perfusion MRI as well as
PET) and modeling of behavioral data (e.g. models for reinforcement learning
or habits) is available for a highly creative and motivated individual at
the Section of Systems Neuroscience, Department of Psychiatry and
Psychotherapy, Technische Universität Dresden, Germany. Salary is
commensurate with experience according to the German public service pay
scale TV-L. The position will be available until filled with a desired
starting date in September or October, 2010.

Our multidisciplinary group is dedicated to studying the neurobiological and
cognitive mechanisms of human drug abuse and other mental disorders. Within
the Technische Universität Dresden, the Section of Systems Neuroscience is
closely associated with the Department of Psychology and the Neuroimaging
Center, which offers excellent research collaborations and infrastructure,
e.g. a research-dedicated 3 Tesla MRI scanner and MRI-compatible EEG. More
information can be found on the lab web page:
http://psychiatrie.uniklinikum-dresden.de/0440.html

The ideal candidate will have a doctoral degree (Ph.D.) in computer science,
mathematics, physics or life sciences, have extensive experience in computer
programming, image/data analysis techniques (including multivariate modeling
approaches and connectivity analyses), computational/statistical methods
(e.g. machine learning). 

Interested applicants should send their CV, statement of research
background, and names and contact information for two or three referees to:
Prof. Dr. med. Michael Smolka, email: michael.smolka at tu-dresden.de or
Section of Systems Neuroscience, Technische Universität Dresden, 01062
Dresden, Germany

 
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