[Comp-neuro] Post-doctoral fellow in PET imaging analysis

Sean Hill Sean.Hill at camh.ca
Fri Jan 11 15:00:12 CET 2019


The Early Psychosis Imaging Research Group at the Centre for Addiction and Mental Health (Toronto, Canada) is recruiting a Post-doctoral Fellow (MD / or PhD) to join the Positron Emission Tomography (PET) at the Research Imaging Center, at the Center of Addiction and Mental Health (RIC-CAMH).

Minimum qualifications are a doctoral degree in a health related field (e.g.: neuroscience, psychology, biology) with significant imaging experience or MD degree with proved research background. Successful candidates should already have papers published in international peer reviewed journals, or grants or research awards in these specific imaging research areas. The successful candidate will have considerable expertise in computational and statistical methods, and a good working knowledge of brain anatomy. Experience in working with clinical populations is an asset. Good oral and written communication skills are required.

The project will focus on a brain PET investigation of the neurochemical events occurring during psychosis and its prodrome and their relationship brain correlates (structure, MRS, DTI, etc).

CAMH is Canada’s largest mental Health and addiction teaching and research hospital and is affiliated with the University of Toronto.

Send letter of interest outlining experience and CV
Romina.mizrahi at camhpet.ca<mailto:Romina.mizrahi at camhpet.ca>


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