[FieldTrip] MEG/EEG Post-doc position at Martinos Center, MGH/ Harvard Medical School
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POST DOCTORAL Position available at the Martinos Center for Biomedical
Imaging, Massachusetts General Hospital, Charlestown, MA: Studying the
Neuroscience of Autism Using MEG.
Responsibilities: The position will involve investigating sensory
processing, functional connectivity, and other processing abnormalities
in autism, using MEG. Our current projects use state of the art
approaches for data analysis, and include analyses of coherence, local
cross-frequency coupling, graph theory methods, and other approaches to
mining MEG data. There is a range of possible projects to choose from
within these categories, and new approaches and ideas are welcomed.
The position requires working closely with other members of the Martinos
center (in particular Dr. Matti Hamalainen), as well as with other lab
members, to develop, explore, improve and apply various data analysis
methodologies. Multiple paradigms are routinely used in the lab, each
offering opportunities for different approaches and research directions.
The position will also involve running the MEG and MRI sessions.
Recruitment of subjects is carried out by other members (research
coordinators) in the lab. A minimum commitment of two years is required.
Salary will be competitive and commensurate with experience. Ideal start
date would be summer or fall of 2013.
Requirements: PhD (or prior post-doc experience) in MEG/EEG data
analysis/methodology or other signal processing. Background in specific
aspects of neuroscience or cognitive science is not required, but is a plus.
Contact: Tal Kenet, tal at nmr.mgh.harvard.edu
The Massachusetts General Hospital is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative
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