[Comp-neuro] Support for Two PhD Fellows in Bilbao, Caixa Fellowship, deadline 1st February

Paolo Bonifazi paol.bonifazi at gmail.com
Tue Jan 9 09:10:28 CET 2018


Dear colleagues

La Caixa Foundation has published the call for International PhD
fellowships within the
program "INPhINIT". This call is providing excellent working conditions for
excellent international students. More information at

https://obrasociallacaixa.org/el/investigacion-y-becas/progr
ama-de-becas-de-posgrado/inphinit/programme-description


We will be supporting 2 applicants, one associated to the  project “Machine
Learning, Neurological
Disorders and Brain Networks” supervised by Jesus M Cortes and the other
associated to the project "Multi-scale epileptic networks: a longitudinal
structural-functional  study of human epileptic networks combining deep
electrode recordings and MRI" supervised by Paolo Bonifazi.

Applicants must have a background in Mathematics, Physics or Engineering.
The student will work in the Computational Neuroimaging Lab in Biocruces
(Bibao) focused on developing and applying brain connectivity methods in
combination with machine learning (such as supervised and unsupervised
classification), modeling (neuron or circuit levels) and imaging processing
of different imaging modalities (such as magnetic resonance imaging or
electroencepaholography).

The student will interact with Engineers, Physicists and Clinical
Researchers.

Further details and readings:
To study brain functioning and disfunctioning, the Computational
Neuroimaging Laboratory in
Biocruces (Bilbao) is focused on brain networks at the macroscale, thus
affecting to the large-scale brain organization. While diffusion images
provide information about structural
connectivity, functional magnetic resonance imaging shed light on resting
state functional
connectivity. In this project, the student will work with different
datasets, some of them
publicly available, others acquired in our laboratory, covering different
pathologies such as
autism, patients in coma, epilepsy, patients with multiorganic failure,
neurodegeneration such as
Alzheimer’s disease or Parkinson and psychiatric disorders.


https://www.frontiersin.org/articles/10.3389/fnagi.2017.00215/full
http://www.mitpressjournals.org/doi/abs/10.1162/NETN_a_00007
https://www.frontiersin.org/articles/10.3389/fpsyg.2015.01024/full
https://www.nature.com/articles/srep10532

Working conditions:
3-years contract, gross salary of about 26.000 euro - 28.000 euro per year,
and an extra
travelling and conference budget of about 3.500 euro per year.

Applicant requirements:
At recruitment date, candidates must have MSc degree and an English
certification of minimum B2.  In addition, candidates must not have
residence in Spain
longer than 12 months in the 3 years prior to recruitment date.



Prof. Jesus M Cortes
Ikerbasque Research Professor
Head of the Laboratory of Computational Neuroimaging, Biocruces, Bilbao
(Spain)
Coordinator of the Quantitative Biomedicine Unit, Biocruces, Bilbao (Spain)
Research Professor at the University of the Basque Country (Spain)
http://www.jesuscortes.info


Dr. Paolo Bonifazi

Ikerbasque Tenure Track Professor
Computational Neuroimaging Laboratory
http://www.ikerbasque.net/es/paolo-bonifazi
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