[Comp-neuro] Job posting - Research Assistant/Data Analyst | Stanford University School of Medicine

Manish Saggar manish.saggar at gmail.com
Wed Sep 16 07:29:04 CEST 2015

[Apologies for cross-posting]

The Center for Interdisciplinary Brain Sciences Research (CIBSR) in the
department of Psychiatry at Stanford University School of Medicine is
seeking a full-time Research Assistant (Non-Clinical) to help with
analyzing large-scale neuroimaging (fMRI/NIRS/EEG) and behavioral datasets
from both healthy and patient populations.
Responsibilities will include:-Developing software/scripts to implement
algorithms for data control, data preprocessing/analysis, database
management and coordinating data-sharing initiatives-Developing/running
machine learning algorithms to better understand high-dimensional
datasets-Assisting in analyzing research data using specific fMRI
Neuroimaging programs and/or software (e.g., FSL, AFNI). -Helping with
designing and developing novel neuroimaging paradigms for data
collection-Collecting new neuroimaging/behavioral data
Applicants should have:-B.S. (or higher) in electrical engineering,
biomedical engineering, computer science, or other related scientific
fields-Strong programming skills in Python, Matlab, or similar
languages.-Experience with data science related projects-Prior research
experience (preferred)-Experience with UNIX Operating systems (e.g., Linux,
Mac OSX) and shell scripting (preferred)
General Info: -The applicant will work closely with the team of faculty,
post-docs, and research coordinators to track project progress, meet
deadlines, anticipate project needs and communicate with project
collaborators outside of the lab, train and supervise undergraduate
students to assist with data processing, and train other staff as
needed. -May require extended or unusual work hours based on research
requirements and business needs.
Salary and Anticipated Start Date:  -Salary is competitive and commensurate
with experience/educational qualifications. Anticipated Start Date is
Application details: - Please email Manish Saggar (saggar at stanford.edu) to
apply, please include a CV including the names of 3 references with your
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