[Comp-neuro] Postdoctoral Position in Neuroimaging at Columbia University
Ramphal, Bruce (NYSPI)
Bruce.Ramphal at nyspi.columbia.edu
Wed Aug 14 16:41:34 CEST 2019
T32 Postdoctoral Fellowship Available at Columbia University
We are currently seeking applicants with EEG or MRI experience for a postdoctoral position in our Interdisciplinary Training in Life Course Environmental Epidemiology T32 program administered by the Department of Epidemiology. Continued funding will be available contingent on candidate making acceptable progress. Candidate should have an interest in using neuroimaging to study the effects of environmental exposures on brain structure, function, and neurodevelopment (https://www.ebblab.com).
The candidate will work with investigators in the departments of psychiatry - division of child and adolescent psychiatry, environmental health sciences and epidemiology, and the Columbia Center for Children's Environmental Health (CCCEH, https://ccceh.org). The position is intended to foster a research career fusing interests in brain development and adverse environmental exposures. Possible areas of study include but are not limited to: effects of early life stress (ELS) on the neural correlates of language and bilingualism, effects of exposure to environmental tobacco smoke or nicotine on infant brain development and attention function, or associations between environmental exposures, mother-infant interactions, and child neurodevelopmental outcomes.
The position is open now for one year of funding through 6/2020, with the possibility for continued funding with adequate progress.
Please contact Dr. Amy Margolis for more information, and send CV and brief letter of interest to amy.margolis at nyspi.columbia.edu.
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