[FieldTrip] Intracranial EEG position at NYU School of Medicine
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From: Thesen, Thomas <thomas.thesen at med.nyu.edu>
Date: Wed, Mar 9, 2011 at 3:41 PM
Subject: intracranial EEG position at NYU School of Medicine
To: Matthew Davidson <sunyata at gmail.com>
Research Assistant Position in Cognitive Neuroscience
Department of Neurology, School of Medicine, New York University
We are seeking a full-time Research Assistant to assist with cognitive
neuroscience experiments involving human intracranial EEG. Main topics
of investigation are language, memory, multisensory, brain-computer
interface, seizures and others. Responsibilities include, but are not
limited to, recruiting and scheduling of control subjects and
patients, testing and recording from intracranial patients,
maintenance of equipment, databases and files, as well as data
analysis and manuscript preparation. Candidates who have experience
with neuroimaging data collection and analysis are especially
encouraged to apply. Other neuroimaging methods employed by the lab
include fMRI and MEG. The laboratory provides a unique exposure to
both basic research and clinical neuroscience.
The position requires interaction with patients and hospital staff and
therefore excellent verbal and interpersonal skills are required. Must
be well-organized and detail oriented; extensive computer experience
strongly preferred, with programming highly desirable.
B.A. or B.S. required, such as in neuroscience, psychology, biology,
computer science or biomedical engineering. The position is ideal for
exceptional candidates seeking to pursue an advanced research degree
in neuroscience or a related field. The position is available for 2-4
years and includes benefits.
Start date can be immediately or later upon agreement.
Please visit our web lab page for more information:
Please send resume and cover letter to:
Thomas Thesen, Ph.D.
Assistant Professor of Neurology
New York University School of Medicine
thomas.thesen at med.nyu.edu
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