[visionlist] Research Technician in Functional Magnetic Resonance Imaging at the University of Rochester

Judy Ripton jripton at rcbi.rochester.edu
Fri Oct 5 14:15:59 GMT 2007


*Research Technician in Functional Magnetic Resonance Imaging*

The Rochester Center for Brain Imaging  (University of Rochester, 
Rochester, NY) is seeking a research technician to perform data 
collection, preprocessing, and analysis of functional, structural, and 
diffusion tensor MRI data, and development of software tools for a 
variety of researchers who use our facilities.
The candidate should have a background in neuroimaging or signal 
processing in one or more of the following areas: psychology, computer 
science, physics, engineering, or statistics, with experience in the 
processing and analysis of 3D images (including Matlab, C++, packages 
such as AFNI, FSL, and/or SPM). The research focus of the Center is on 
human brain function, however the center also coordinates basic and 
clinical research on other topics (see http://www.rcbi.rochester.edu/). 
The Rochester Center for Brain Imaging houses 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 Science, Center for Visual Science, Imaging 
Sciences/Radiology, Biomedical Engineering and Computer Science, as well 
as many other departments in the adjacent medical center.
The successful candidate will typically have a masters degree, but 
unusually talented candidates with a bachelors degree and several years 
of relevant experience will be considered.  Salary commensurate with 
experience. Start date flexible but preferably by December 1, 2007.  A 
minimum two-year commitment is strongly encouraged. If interested, 
please send a CV and short statement of your interest, as well as the 
names and addresses of three references to Dr. Richard Aslin, 
aslin at cvs.rochester.edu.


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