[visionlist] Research faculty position

David Ress ress at brown.edu
Mon Feb 21 01:31:38 GMT 2005

Research faculty position
Brown University
High-Resolution fMRI

Investigator-level research faculty position is immediately available at Brown University. Applicants should be interested in techniques to push spatial resolution limits in fMRI, making use of both spiral and EPI acquisitions, and developing techniques for outer-volume suppression, parallel imaging, selective excitation, and physiological noise suppression. The new methods will be tested and utilized in experiments that investigate specific questions in vision science, so a strong interest in visual neuroscience is a plus. This is an opportunity to join a major new Neuroimaging Research Center at Brown University. The Center will feature a whole-body 3T scanner housed in the new Life Sciences building, now under construction and scheduled to open April 2006. Position requires: a Ph.D. in Bioengineering, Physics, or equivalent field; MRI pulse-programming experience; and experience with fMRI pulse-sequence programming and analysis methods. Send CV, statement of research interests, and contact information for three references to: David Ress, Brown University, Department of Neuroscience, Box 1953, Providence, RI 02912. Applications will be considered until the position is filled, but those applying before 3/15/05 will be given priority. Email: <mailto:ress at brown.edu>ress at brown.edu. Brown University is an Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity Employer. Women and minorities are encouraged to apply. 

David Ress, Ph.D.
Associate Professor
Brown University, Department of Neuroscience
190 Thayer Avenue, Box 1953
Providence, RI 02912
ress at brown.edu
(W) 401-863-9638
(M) 650-450-0455

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