[visionlist] Postdoc Neural basis of face perception: fMRI and intracerebral EEG, healthy participants and brain-damaged patient studiesPosted: July 31, 2014
Neural basis of face perception: fMRI and intracerebral EEG, healthy participants and brain-damaged patient studies
A postdoctoral position (2 years) is open to work with Bruno Rossion at the face categorization lab, University of Louvain (Belgium)
The face categorization lab (http://ift.tt/VXiuUg) at the University of Louvain http://ift.tt/1wf3wUk) would like to recruit a postdoctoral researcher to start in september/october 2014 (flexible, within a few months).
Applications will be considered until mid august or until he position is filled.
The postdoc will work in designing and running fMRI experiments on healthy participants and patients with brain damage. An important component of this project is to study the effect of surgical cortical lesions on the potential reorganization of the ventral visual pathway. Studies in healthy participants would be performed with a 3T scanner (University of Lorraine, Nancy, for patients) or high field scanners (7T and 9.4 T) at the University of Maastricht.
The project is about human fMRI and Neuropsychology mainly, but a contribution to acquisition and analysis of human intracerebral EEG data in patients is possible, depending on the candidateâ€™s research profile and interests.
Candidates should have a PhD in experimental, cognitive, biological or mathematical psychology, or in a related field (e.g., neuroscience, biomedical science, computer science, physics, mathematics). Training in vision research and neuroimaging (fMRI) research is important. MatLab programming skills are necessary. Knowledge of face perception research is an advantage, but is not necessary. The candidate will work in a laboratory with a strong background in face perception research, with multiple methods available (EEG, fMRI, eyetracker, brain-damaged patients with prosopagnosia, development) and a wide range of international collaborations. The postdoc will collaborate on this project with the CHU in Nancy (Universite de Lorraine, Prof. L. Maillard) for patient studies, the Maastricht Brain Imaging Center in the Netherlands (Prof. R. Goebel), located close to Louvain and the department of Psychology, Stanford University (K. Grill-Spector & K. Weiner).
The appointment is for 2 years. Applications should be sent by email to Bruno Rossion (email@example.com) and should include a CV, a brief statement of research interests, the expected date of availability and the names of 3 references. Applications should be sent immediately and applications will be considered until the position is filled.
Starting salary should be in the range of 2200 euros per month net income.
Bruno RossionInstitute of Research in Psychology (IPSY) Institute of Neuroscience (IoNS)http://ift.tt/1wf3zjg of Louvain10, Place du Cardinal mercier1348 Louvain-la-NeuveBelgiumtel: +32(0)10-47-87-88fax: +32(0)10-47-37-74e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
Faculty Position in Computational Neuroscience
The Department of Cognitive Sciences (www.cogsci.uci.edu) at the
University of California, Irvine (UCI) invites applications for a
faculty position at the Associate or Full Professor level. We are
especially interested in candidates who use mathematical, computational,
or robotics approaches to study the neural basis of cognition in any of
these areas: (1) vision, hearing, and attention; (2) memory and
decision-making; (3) learning and development; (4) language. Applicants
whose research relates to human behavior are preferred.
A strong record of publications and extramural funding is essential.
Exceptional candidates at the Assistant Professor level will also be
The online application includes: A cover letter, CV, research and
teaching statements, 3 recent publications, and contact information for
3-5 referees. Interested candidates can apply for the position at:
http://ift.tt/1pFQT15. To ensure full consideration,
please complete the application by November 15, 2014.
The University of California, Irvine is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative
Action Employer committed to excellence through diversity. All qualified
applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to
race, color, religion, sex, national origin, disability, age, protected
veteran status, or other protected categories covered by the UC
Postdoctoral Opportunity in Retinal Imaging
A postdoctoral position inthe Advanced Ocular Imaging Program at the Medical College of Wisconsin (www.mcw.edu/AOIP.htm), under the supervision of Dr. Joseph Carroll is available to a highly motivated and ambitious individual with a strong background in vision research and an interest in hereditary retinal degenerations. This position is appropriate for individuals who are preparing for a career in academia. The successful candidate will be involved in using a state-of-the-art devices (adaptive optics scanning light ophthalmoscope and spectral domain OCT) for high-resolution imaging of the living human retina. Current projects in the lab focus on using retinal imaging in combination with functional measures of vision in order to understand the mechanism of photoreceptor-based vision disorders. The successful candidate will be given significant time and dedicated lab space to explore independent research projects of their own, and will have access!
to the career development services of the Office of Postdoctoral Education at MCW (http://ift.tt/1uFTnEO).
MCW is located in a suburban setting about seven miles west of downtown Milwaukee with easy highway access from all surrounding communities. It is one of the most rapidly growing research institutions in the country in terms of NIH funding. The MCW vision research group consists of a diverse group of faculty members in multiple departments with research in the biochemistry, genetics, cell and molecularbiology of the retina and anterior segment. The vision research group is highly interactive and supported by both Core and Training Grants from the NEI.
Qualifications should include a Ph.D. in neuroscience, vision science, cell biology, or other related field. Strong quantitative skills are highly desirable, as is experience with MatLab. For application consideration please forward curriculum vitae, a statement of research activities and interests, and the names and contact information of three individuals who can provide letters of reference to the address below:
Joseph Carroll, Ph.D.
Richard O. Schultz, MD / Ruth Works Professor of Ophthalmology
The Medical College of Wisconsin
Department of Ophthalmology
925 North 87th Street?
Milwaukee, WI 53226-4812
FAX: (414) 456-6690
[visionlist] Conference: Computer Analysis of Images and Patterns (CAIP2015) in Valletta, Malta, 2-4 Sep 2015Posted: July 30, 2014
I am pleased to announce the 16th international conference on Computer Analysis of Images and Patterns (CAIP2015). It is organized by University of Groningen (the Netherlands) and it will be held in the historical city Valletta in Malta, 2-4 Sep 2015. The proceedings of the conference will be published in the Springer LNCS series.
The scientific program of the conference will consist of contributed papers presented in a single track and the following three plenary lectures:
– “Computer-aided diagnosis of retinal fundus images for large scale early diabetes detection” by Prof. Bart ter Haar Romeny, University of Eindhoven, the Netherlands
– “What you can expect from video surveillance” by Prof. Mario Vento University of Salerno, Italy
– “Biometrics and neuroscience: a possible marriage?” by Prof. Patrizio Campisi, University of Rome III, Italy
The submission deadline is 31st March, 2015.
For more details, we invite you to visit the website http://ift.tt/WLHOgz look forward to meet you in Malta.
Dr. George Azzopardi
Prof. dr. Nicolai Petkov
University of Groningen