[Comp-neuro] Research Associate, Neuroimaging analyst, Western University
jdiedric at uwo.ca
Tue Aug 15 02:17:35 CEST 2017
Western University has received a $66M investment from the Canada First Research Excellence Fund (CFREF). This investment will bring together researchers from across the University under a unifying initiative called BrainsCAN. The mission of BrainsCAN is to reduce the burden of brain disorders that affect sensory, cognitive, and motor functions. The initiative aims at extending and mobilizing knowledge of the mappings between neural circuits and mental functions to deliver evidence-based interventions.
The Research Associate, Neuroimaging Analyst will apply their expertise and knowledge to support ongoing research projects directed by the principal investigators of the BrainsCAN initiative. The incumbent will become part of BrainsCAN’s Computational Core, which aims to develop new computational techniques for the analysis of behavioral, brain imaging, and neuronal data. The incumbent will play a lead role in training staff, students and postdoctoral fellows in the application of data analysis and modelling techniques. The incumbent will have developed an independent method-based research portfolio, and will support and operationalize new and innovative computational techniques. Working with individual laboratories, the incumbent will help to develop research and project plans, advise on data analysis techniques and statistical inference related to neuroimaging and electrophysiological research, and assist in the technical and statistical aspects of manuscripts and research reports.
Deadline for applications: September 27th
Further particulars: https://www.academicacareers.com/node/7227
Please contact me if you have further questions,
Western Research Chair
Brain Mind Institute
Department of Computer Science
Department of Statistics
Email: jdiedric at uwo.ca<mailto:jdiedric at uwo.ca>
Tel: 1-519-661-2111 x86994
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