Neuroscience Graduate Group Bulletin Board

 

 

Open positions:

April 11, 2014

Postdoctoral Fellowship Openings: Stanford University

Division of Pain Medicine, Stanford has 2 openings for postdoctoral research fellows.

Stanford Postdoctoral Fellowship Opening - Cognitive Neuroscience.pdf
Stanford Postdoctoral Fellowship Opening - TMS.pdf

Contact:
Rebecca McCue
Research Manager
Division of Pain Medicine
Stanford Systems Neuroscience and Pain Lab

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April 11, 2014

Teaching Opportunity for Postdocs, Recent PhDs at Bryn Mawr College

We are seeking to hire interim faculty to teach one or two neuroscience classes at Bryn Mawr during the Fall of 2014. We have specifically scheduled these classes to meet in the morning two days a week (Bio202, Introduction to Neuroscience, T/Th, 9:45 - 11:15 am; Bio364, Developmental Neurobiology, MW, 10-11:30 am) to allow the successful applicant to continue conducting research during this time. Candidates are welcome to apply to teach a single class or to teach both classes.

We would also welcome applications from graduate students who will be receiving their PhD prior to September 2014. Submit a cover letter and a curriculum vitae, and arrange to have three letters of recommendation sent via e-mail to Dr. Tamara Davis,tdavis@brynmawr.edu. Applications will be accepted immediately and will be considered until the position is filled.

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April 11, 2014

INSPIRE at RWJMS Postdoctoral Fellowships

We would like to announce the availability of postdoctoral fellowships in our INSPIRE Program (IRACDA New Jersey/New York for Science Partnerships in Science & Education) beginning fall 2014.  This Program is funded by the NIH and provides up to three years of salary support for INSPIRE Fellows.  Fellows spend 70% of their time in laboratory research and 30% in teaching and career development activities.  The research component involves mentored research with a faculty research mentor at Robert Wood Johnson Medical School or adjacent Rutgers University.  The teaching component involves workshops in educational methods and classroom teaching with a teaching mentor at one of our partner minority- serving institutions in the New Jersey/New York City area.  Our two partner institutions are New Jersey City College (Jersey City, NJ) and Medgar Evers College – CUNY (Brooklyn, NY).  Monthly Career Development activities and an active Postdoctoral Association are additional compon ents of the training program for INSPIRE postdoctoral Fellows.

The application deadline for 2014 is May 1st or until positions are filled.  Applicants must be U.S. citizens or permanent residents with zero to two years of postdoctoral training at their time of appointment in the Program.  Applicants must demonstrate strong interests in both research and teaching.  To obtain more information about the INSPIRE Program, application procedures, and research opportunities at RWJMS and Rutgers University, please visit our INSPIRE website at: http://rwjms.rutgers.edu/research/postdoc/inspire/index.html

Warm regards,

Program Co-Directors
Gary Brewer (brewerga@rwjms.rutgers.edu<mailto:brewerga@rwjms.rutgers.edu>)

Martha Soto (sotomc@rwjms.rutgers.edu<mailto:sotomc@rwjms.rutgers.edu>).

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April 10, 2014

New Postdoctoral Research Opportunity:

A new research project under the direction of Dr. Justin Feinstein at the Laureate Institute for Brain Research is seeking a postdoctoral scholar to be a critical player in the development of a novel treatment for anxiety based on interoception.

We are seeking an innovative postdoctoral candidate with a strong computational background who will play an important role in the development and application of advanced functional neuroimaging methods including real-time fMRI with neurofeedback, simultaneous fMRI & EEG, functional connectivity, volumetric MRI, and psychophysiology. Mentorship will be provided by a diverse team of researchers that includes psychiatrists, psychologists, neuroscientists, and physicists.

A successful candidate will have a Ph.D. in neuroscience or an equivalent degree in a related field. The applicant will be expected to help develop research protocols, conduct fMRI experiments, analyze large datasets with potentially hundreds of subjects, write manuscripts for publication in peer reviewed journals, and present findings at scientific meetings. Applicants should have a solid foundation in fMRI data analysis, statistics, and computer programming, in addition to familiarity with Matlab, UNIX/Linux environments, and stimulus presentation software.

For more information please see:
http://www.laureateinstitute.org/upload/file/LIBR_postdoc_2014.pdf

This is a full-­time research position that has received up to 5 years worth of funding. The starting date is flexible and can commence as early as this summer. Interested candidates should email a CV, a brief statement of long-­term career goals, and contact information for 3 references to: jfeinstein@laureateinstitute.org

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March 7, 2014

Research Position in Functional Imaging of Neurodegenerative Diseases

Description: Applications are invited for a post-doctoral position within the Departments of Neurology and Radiology at Washington University in St. Louis. Research focuses on the application of functional MRI methods to neurodegenerative diseases (including Alzheimer’s Disease (AD) and HIV Associated Dementia (HAD)). This research investigates the use of functional neuroimaging measures (including arterial spin labeling (ASL) and resting state blood oxygen dependent (BOLD) imaging) as biomarkers for neurodegenerative diseases. Opportunities will be provided for pursuing personal research interests if applicable. Writing manuscripts and applying for independent grants will be strongly encouraged.

Requirements: The qualified candidate should have a degree in neurosciences, psychology, biomedical engineering, physics, computer science, or other related fields. Previous experience with some of the following computational methods (e.g., linear algebra, time-series analysis, image analysis), programming (e.g., C/C++, MATLAB, R, Python) and neuroimaging programs (e.g. SPM, AFNI, Freesurfer) is preferred and would allow for more individualized studies. Strong facility with statistical analyses is also desired.

To apply, please send a letter of interest and CV to bances@wustl.edu. Please arrange for three confidential letters of reference to be sent to the address below. Only applicants considered for employment will be contacted.

Contact Information:
Beau Ances MD, PhD
Department of Neurology
Washington University in Saint Louis
Box 8111
660 South Euclid Ave
Saint Louis, MO 63110
bances@wustl.edu

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Job Seekers:
(Resume Attached)

April 1, 2014

Suzanne Yavuz
I have a BA in Communication from Rutgers University, but am interested in getting my Ph.D. in Neuroscience. I am currently completing the post-Bac requirements for entry into Neuroscience programs. So far, I have completed two semesters of Chemistry, Physics, and Biology. I have also completed Cell Biology, Statistics, Calc 1-3, and Intro to Computer Programming. I have a 4.0 GPA.

Before I apply to Neuroscience programs, I would like to gain some experience in Neuroscience research. I was wondering if there is any way I could be a volunteer on a research project in the Neuroscience department. During my undergraduate studies, I was a research assistant in the Communication department, where I assisted on research examining behavioral communication. It was during my time as an undergraduate research assistant that I realized that I am not just interested in behavior, but the physiology behind that behavior. This led me to Neuroscience.

Suzanne Yavuz Resume

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March 26,2014

Tsion Adefres
I am looking for any possible internship research positions available this summer.

Tsion Adefres - CV

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March 4, 2014

Katherine Clark
I will be graduating this spring from the University of Pittsburgh with a B.S. in Neuroscience. I am in the process of a job search for a research assistant/technician position in a neuroscience lab in the Philadelphia area.

Clark - CV
Clark - Cover Letter

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February 26, 2014

Andrew Field
I am an undergrad student at Dartmouth and looking for an unpaid research experience this summer. I am majoring in Neuroscience and want to get involved with research.

Andrew Field - Resume

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