MEG Positions TBI Research

Coppola, Richard (NIH/NIMH) [E] coppolar at MAIL.NIH.GOV
Wed Oct 6 23:47:39 CEST 2010

MEG Positions TBI Research:  We expect several positions to be available in support of the new MEG Laboratory (Elekta Neuromag 306 Channel Vectorview) being set up in the National Intrepid Center of Excellence (NICoE) located at the Natlonal Naval Medical Center in Bethesda MD. <>
The Center addresses interdisciplinary evaluation and treatment planning for Warriors with mild traumatic brain injury (TBI) and psychological health (PH) issues resulting from battle-related exposure. It is planned that the MEG Lab will operate cooperatively with the National Institute of Mental Health, NIH.
The positions will include personnel at several levels of background as needed to staff the facility including Lab Manager/Technologist, MEG engineer/physicist/neuroscientist, MEG research scientist, clinical researcher and post-doctoral researcher.  The Technologist should have background in Clinical Neurophysiology, familiarity with patient populations, good computer skills, and will be responsible for scheduling and running subjects, and general laboratory management.  The MEG engineer/physicist/neuroscientist will provide expertise and support for the MEG system and for other scientists involved in MEG studies. Background will include a  PhD or other qualifying degree in Neuroinformatics, Neuroscience, Physics or a related area and expertise in principles of experimental design, data handling and analysis and statistical methods.  Good computing skills including task programming, MEG processing software and statistical software are also necessary, as are good interpersonal skills.  The MEG Scientist and /or Clinical Researcher should have a strong background in cognitive neuroscience, neuropsychology, or neurorehabilitation, with expertise in neuroimaging along with requisite methodological skills.  Salaries will be competitive and commensurate with background and anticipated to be awarded as renewable contract positions.
To indicate your interest please email to Dr. Richard Coppola at coppolar at<mailto:coppolar at> with a cover letter and CV and contact details for three professional references.  Please specify NICOE in the subject line.

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