[Comp-neuro] Fully funded PhD position at the University of Ghent, Belgium

Daniele Marinazzo daniele.marinazzo at UGent.be
Mon Jan 4 09:51:46 CET 2016


The lab of Daniele Marinazzo (www.ugent.be/~dmarinaz), at the department of
Data Analysis, Faculty of Psychology and Pedagogical Sciences of the
University of Ghent, Belgium, is looking for a PhD student.

The position is fully funded for 4 years by the Research Foundation
Flanders (FWO).

The research subject involves advanced statistical data analysis of fMRI
data.

The student will be part of a research group focusing on the development
and validation of new methods for the analysis of neuroimaging data, in the
framework of a multidisciplinary collaboration with psychologists and
clinicians.

Both candidates with a technical degree and candidates with a psychology
degree but an interest in programming and quantitative analyses are
encouraged to apply. Knowledge of at least one programming language
(python, matlab, R …) and an interest for multidisciplinary research are
required.

The University of Gent (www.ugent.be) hosts a vibrant research community
and offers excellent facilities to students and employees.

The most likely starting date is October 2016 but earlier appointments can
be considered.

Candidates are invited to send a motivation letter and the names of two
referees to Daniele Marinazzo (daniele.marinazzo at ugent.be)

Informal inquiries and requests for further information are most welcome.


-- 
Daniele Marinazzo --
Department of Data Analysis
Faculty of Psychology and Pedagogical Sciences, Ghent University
Henri Dunantlaan 1, B-9000 Ghent, Belgium
+32 (0) 9 264 6375
<http://www.da.ugent.be/>http://users.ugent.be/~dmarinaz/

http://helpdesk.ugent.be/e-maildisclaimer.php



-- 
Daniele Marinazzo --
Department of Data Analysis
Faculty of Psychology and Pedagogical Sciences, Ghent University
Henri Dunantlaan 1, B-9000 Ghent, Belgium
+32 (0) 9 264 6375
<http://www.da.ugent.be/>http://users.ugent.be/~dmarinaz/

http://helpdesk.ugent.be/e-maildisclaimer.php
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