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Postdoctoral Research Scholar Position Using Multimodal Functional Neuroimaging in the Development of a Novel Treatment for Anxiety

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Location:     Tulsa, Oklahoma. United States
Posted: 2014-01-10 16:28:41
Open from: 2014-01-10 to 2015-01-10
Listing web link: http://www.laureateinstitute.org/upload/file/LIBR_postdoc_2014.pdf
A new research project under the direction of Dr. Feinstein at the Laureate Institute for Brain Research (LIBR) is aimed at developing a novel treatment for anxiety based on interoception. We are looking for an innovative postdoctoral candidate with a strong computational background who will play a critical 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. Ph.D. in neuroscience or a related field is required. A successful 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. This is a full-‐time research position that has received up to 5 years worth of funding. Salary will be commensurate with the experience of the candidate. A full benefits package is available. International students are encouraged to apply. For More Information: Please see http://www.laureateinstitute.org/upload/file/LIBR_postdoc_2014.pdf Interested candidates should email a CV, a brief statement of long-‐term career goals, and contact information for 3 references to Justin Feinstein, Ph.D jfeinstein@laureateinstitute.org

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