[visionlist] Research Scientist in Brain and Language, U. of Rochester NY

Kathy Corser kcorser at bcs.rochester.edu
Fri Apr 29 19:41:00 GMT 2005


The Center for Language Sciences and the Rochester Center for Brain 
Imaging of the University of Rochester, Rochester, NY, are seeking 
postdoctoral fellows to work in the area of fMRI studies of language 
processing and MR data analysis & software development applied to 
psycholinguistic research. The successful candidate will conduct 
research in collaboration with psycholinguists, linguists and 
cognitive development faculty as well as advise on data analysis 
issues and supervise research assistants involved in data analysis.
The candidate should have a background in neuroimaging of cognitive 
functions and ample experience in the processing and analysis of MR 
images (including Matlab, C++, and packages such as AFNI, FSL, and/or 
SPM). The successful candidate will be appointed in the Center for 
Language Sciences (http://www.bcs.rochester.edu/cls) and the 
Department of Brain and Cognitive Sciences 
(http://www.bcs.rochester.edu) and will also work in the Rochester 
Center for Brain Imaging (http://www.rcbi.rochester.edu), a 
state-of-the-art facility equipped with a Siemens Trio 3T MR system 
and high-performance computing resources, with a full-time staff of 
cognitive neuroscientists, computer scientists, engineers, and 
physicists. Opportunities exist to collaborate with faculty in the 
departments of Brain & Cognitive Sciences, Neurology, Neurosurgery, 
Radiology, and Biomedical Engineering, among others.
The appointment is for a minimum of two years, with the possibility 
of extension - salary commensurate with experience. If interested, 
please send a CV and a short statement of your interests, as well as 
the names and addresses of three references to Richard Aslin, 
aslin at bcs.rochester.edu. Review of applications will begin on April 
15 and continue until the positions are filled.  The start date is 
flexible.
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