Use MATLAB, FSL, SPM, and batch Linux to do extensive computer processing of structural MRI for the Neurodevelopmental MRI Database, 25% weekly in Spring 2019. Use MATLAB, FSL, SPM, and batch Linux to analyze head models of infant participants for doing EEG/ERP source analysis, 25% weekly in Spring 2019. 50% beginning Summer 2019. Analyze data from already finished experiments, including analysis of data, summary, and preparing manuscripts for publications, 15% weekly. Prepare and submit conference talks and posters, 5% as needed. Develop original research efforts related to core lab research areas, 25% weekly.
Advertised Minimum Qualifications :
This position requires a doctoral degree. Applicants with a PhD in any of the cognitive neurosciences or developmental sciences broadly defined (e.g., Child Development, Developmental Psychology, Developmental Cognitive Neuroscience) are welcome to apply.
Applicants should have a background in data processing, including MATLAB scripts, linux bash scripts, ANTS, FSL, etc.Programming skills (EPRime, C++, MATLAB, FSL/SPM) are required.
Full/Part Time: Full Time
Internal Number: 51089
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