McGovern Medical School: Asst/Assoc Professor or Professor (Research)

The Department of Neurology at McGovern Medical School is recruiting for a research scientist at the Assistant/Associate Professor or Professor level with neuroscience expertise to join a reputable research program. The prospective candidate would have the opportunity to participate in the development and implementation of novel statistical methods for use in advanced neuroimaging and brain mapping involving MRI, fMRI, DTI, MEG, EEG and/or TMS methods using resources available at the McGovern Medical School. Engage in field-leading research, receive support to develop grants and collaborate and submit research findings for publication to advance the scientific knowledge of others. Provide high-level statistical image analysis expertise and support for collaborative imaging research projects that utilize these methods for studies of developmental and neurological disorders.

The successful candidate will possess expertise/knowledge in the following:

  • Excellent command of neuroimaging analysis techniques for MRI, MEG, and EEG including fMRI and DTI.
  • Firm grasp of the statistical analysis methods for electrophysiological techniques such as EEG, MEG or TMS
  • Ability to design and implement complex functional neuroimaging experiments
  • Experience with computational and statistical methods for neuroimaging
  • Previous experience in functional brain imaging, statistical signal processing, psychophysics or cognitive/systems neuroscience
  • Advanced analysis of neuroimaging data
  • Excellent writing skills for grant proposals and scientific papers
  • Familiarity with neuroimaging acquisition methods and systems such as MRI, MEG and EEG


  • Doctorate Degree (PhD) with a minimum of 4 years experience in related research environment
  • Verifiable publications
  • History of extramural research funding

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For more information about this position, please contact:
Rossana Gonzalez-Ayala
Director, Management of Operations


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