[visionlist] Postdoctoral positions in the Brain Dynamics Lab

Manish Saggar manish.saggar at gmail.com
Thu Sep 9 20:16:12 -04 2021

*Postdoctoral positions in the Brain Dynamics Lab @ Stanford University*

*Description *: We are seeking 1-2 postdoctoral scholars with expertise in
applying neuroimaging analysis methods to clinical datasets (e.g., patients
diagnosed with mental health disorders). Strong emphasis on writing
abilities. This person will interface with neuroimaging researchers,
clinicians and computational researchers to apply computational methods to
large scale clinical datasets (e.g., ABCD study dataset). Responsible for
the implementation, analysis, and write-up of resting-state and task-based
fMRI studies to understand individual differences in brain dynamics across
psychiatric diagnoses. This position provides the opportunity for the
applicant to learn state-of-the-art data processing and analysis pipelines
within a multidisciplinary team, whose goal is to develop computational
methods for anchoring psychiatric diagnosis into spatiotemporal features of
the brain.


   - highly motivated individuals who have demonstrated academic
   excellence, including publications in first-class journals and conferences.
   - have a PhD (or equivalent) in Neuroscience, Psychology or a related
   - expertise in statistical methods for medical image analysis
   - expertise in fMRI data analysis (e.g., using FSL) and processing
   (e.g., Matlab)
   - expertise in academic writing
   - experience with large scale consortium data is a plus

*To apply: *Please send

   - cover letter that includes the names and contacts for three references
   - short statement of research interests
   - current CV
   - links to 2-3 published articles

*to Manish Saggar (saggar at staford.edu <saggar at staford.edu>)*

*More information about the lab - *http://bdl.stanford.edu
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