Postdoctoral Position in Brain Imaging - MPI Frankfurt

Robert Oostenveld r.oostenveld at FCDONDERS.RU.NL
Mon Apr 28 13:07:47 CEST 2008

Postdoctoral Position in Brain Imaging

A joint postdoctoral position in brain imaging is available at the  
Max Planck Institute for Brain Research, Department of  
Neurophysiology, and at the Laboratory for Neurophysiology and  
Neuroimaging, Department of Psychiatry, Johann Wolfgang Goethe- 
Universit├Ąt, Frankfurt am Main. The successful applicant will work on  
projects examining the neurophysiology of cognitive dysfunctions in  
neuropsychiatric disorders (Schizophrenia, Autism, Morbus Alzheimer)  
with magnetoencephalography (MEG), transcranial magnetic stimulation  
(TMS) and functional/anatomical magnetic resonance imaging (fMRI/MRI).

The ideal candidate should have a PhD in neuroimaging and expertise  
with a neuroimaging technique (TMS, EEG, MEG, fMRI/MRI). Excellent  
research opportunities are available at the nearby Brain Imaging  
Center. Applications from a physics or engineering background are  
welcome as well. Expertise in Matlab or C++ programming is desirable.  
The position will run for two years with a possible extension. The  
successful applicant will receive a stipend, depending on  
qualification and years of working experience.

Review of applications will start ASAP and will continue until the  
position is filled.
The University aims to increase the number of women in those areas  
where they are underrepresented and urges them to apply. The  
University is committed to employing more disabled individuals and  
especially encourages them to apply.

Informal inquiries can be directed to Peter Uhlhaas (uhlhaas at mpih- To apply, please send curriculum vitae, letter of  
interest, names and contact information of two references to:

Peter Uhlhaas

Max Planck Institute for Brain Research
Department of Neurophysiology
Deutschordenstr. 46
60528 Frankfurt am Main

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