[visionlist] Open postdoctoral position in fMRI data analysis at the California Institute of Technology

Post-doctoral position for fMRI data analysis at the California Institute of Technology (Caltech)

We invite applicants with strong
expertise in machine learning and functional connectivity analysis of
resting-state fMRI data to apply for a post-doctoral position in Caltech’s NIH
Conte Center for the Neurobiology of Social Decision-Making (conte.caltech.edu). 

research will be in a highly collaborative environment and include exploration
of multimodal data encompassing rs-fMRI, structural MRI, psychological
assessments, eyetracking data, as well as lesion data and intracranial
electrophysiology, with the overall aim to investigate  the neural
underpinnings of individual differences. Candidates should have a recent PhD in
systems, cognitive, or computational neuroscience with a track-record of first-author
publications. Strong programming skills (using Matlab or Python), data handling
skills, statistical literacy and fMRI software expertise (Freesurfer,
AFNI/FSL/SPM, Connectome Workbench) are essential. 

Caltech is an equal opportunity employer and all qualified
applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race,
color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, or national origin,
disability status, protected veteran status, or any other characteristic
protected by law.

Applicants should submit a CV, including a list of publications, a brief
description of research interests and analysis skills, and a list of three
references to Ralph Adolphs, radolphs@caltech.edu.


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