[Eeglablist] Postdoctoral Fellowship at the University of North Carolina Chapel Hill
franc_donkers at med.unc.edu
Wed Oct 6 11:55:40 PDT 2010
The Early Brain Development Research Program at the University of North
Carolina Chapel Hill seeks a postdoctoral fellow to lead a study of cortical
neuronal oscillatory activity and synchrony in this longitudinal study of
brain development. In addition to the electrophysiological studies, all
children have structural, DTI, and resting state functional MRIs, as well as
developmental cognitive assessments, allowing integrative studies of
cortical brain development in normal and high risk children from birth to
age 6. The program is supported by several NIH grants, including a Conte
Center for the Neuroscience of Mental Disorders. The successful applicant
will join our multi-disciplinary team and work with a diverse group of
investigators, including Aysenil Belger, PhD and Franc Donkers Ph.D., who
direct the Electrophysiology Assessment Core at UNC.
Applicants must have a recent Ph.D. or M.D. and expertise in EEG acquisition
and analysis systems, such as EEGLab/FieldTrip, Brain Vision Analyzer, or
EGI Net Station analysis software. Applicants who have experience in applied
programming (Matlab, C), and experience with infant/child EEG recording and
analysis are preferred. Good communication skills and an ability to work
with a dynamic team of investigators are necessary.
Please send a letter of interest, a CV, and 3 letters of reference to John
Gilmore MD jgilmore at med.unc.edu.
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