[Eeglablist] Research Associate (Neuroimaging and Genetics) Needed in Baltimore

Jerry Zhu jerryzhu at siu.edu
Mon Oct 19 13:05:08 PDT 2015

Dear EEGLABers,
Our lab at Lieber Institute for Brain Development (LIBD) recruiting a
research associate to help with data analyses involving neuroimaging and
genetics. LIBD is located at Johns Hopkins Medical campus in Baltimore, MD.
Interested applicants can submit their CV to jobs at libd.org with subject
directly to Dr. Haoyang Tan at HaoYang.Tan at libd.org


The Lieber Institute for Brain Development (LIBD) was conceived from the
realization that a new approach is needed to fully exploit the
unprecedented opportunities to accomplish the critical goal of helping
affected individuals and their families. The LIBD aims to transform the
research landscape in two ways:  by providing new tools for scientific
discovery and by developing new collaborative approaches to achieve our
ambitious mission.

The mission of the Lieber Institute for Brain Development is to translate
the understanding of basic genetic and molecular mechanisms of
schizophrenia and related developmental brain disorders into clinical
advances that change the lives of affected individuals.

The Lieber Institute for Brain Development is seeking a Research Associate
We seek an energetic and self-motivated post-baccalaureate Research
Associate for our research team.

The Baltimore-based position involves working with our team on clinical,
neuroimaging and genetic data acquired.

The position would be ideal for individuals with interests in careers in
research and medicine. The successful candidate should have at least a
baccalaureate in neuroscience, psychology, bioengineering, computer
science, genetics or related fields.

Experience with neuroimaging data analyses, Matlab programming and
statistics is a plus.

The Lieber Institute understands that attracting the highest caliber talent
means offering an exciting job and benefits in a state of the art location
that meets one’s personal needs.  In order to attract a diverse group of
talented, motivated, and innovative professionals, we offer benefits and
resources designed to support you in creating the life and work style that
brings your best to you, your family, and the Institute

The Lieber Institute for Brain Development is proudly an equal employment
opportunity and equal professional advancement employer. Employment
decisions at the Lieber Institute for Brain Development are based on merit,
qualifications, and abilities. It is our policy that the Lieber Institute
does not discriminate in employment opportunities on the basis of race,
religion, color, sex, age, marital status, national origin or ancestry,
citizenship, physical or mental disability, sexual preference/orientation
or veteran status with regard to any position or employment for which the
applicant or employee is qualified.
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