[Comp-neuro] Cambridge postdoc in complex brain networks

Mikail Rubinov mikarubi at gmail.com
Mon Sep 19 19:09:22 CEST 2011


University of Cambridge Post-doctoral Scientist Job Opportunity
Closing date for applications: 17th October 2011

We are seeking a post-doctoral scientist with expertise and
track-record in aspects of network science, especially as applied to
analysis of brain networks or connectomes from neuroimaging or other
neuroscience data. Technical strength in graph theory or other methods
for physical analysis of complex networks, combined with prior
research experience in neuroscience is an ideal combination of
scientific skills for this post. The post is primarily to work on
datasets from families with autism spectrum condition and treatment of
adolescent depression. There will be opportunities to develop original
research ideas, to collaborate with a range of internationally leading
neuroscientists, and to contribute to doctoral and post-doctoral
educational programmes. Good social and communication skills are
desirable.

The post will be funded by the Medical Research Council and then the
The Isaac Newton Trust once someone has been appointed. The
post-holder will be supervised by Prof John Suckling and Dr Michael
Spencer (Autism Research Centre), working day-to-day with Prof Ed
Bullmore and Dr Mika Rubinov within the Behavioural and Clinical
Neuroscience Institute, a leading interdisciplinary and translational
neuroscience research centre in Cambridge, funded by the Medical
Research Council and Wellcome Trust.

Applications should include a covering letter, a CV and completed CHRIS/6 form.
Informal enquiries may be directed to John Suckling by email: js369 at cam.ac.uk
Further information: http://www.medschl.cam.ac.uk/jobs/post-doctoral-scientist/


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