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NeuroMorpho.Org Project Lead

George Mason University
Fairfax, Virginia
commensurate with education and experience
Closing date
Aug 27, 2022

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Undergraduate College
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Full Time
Mid Level

Center for Neural Informatics, Structures, and Plasticity (CN3)

NeuroMorpho.Org Project Lead


The George Mason University Center for Neural Informatics, Structures, and Plasticity (CN3), within the College of Engineering and Computing (CEC), seeks a proactive, organized, and self-reliant NeuroMorpho.Org Project Lead. George Mason University has a strong institutional commitment to the achievement of excellence and diversity among its faculty and staff, and strongly encourages candidates to apply who will enrich Mason’s academic and culturally inclusive environment.



  • Recruiting, train, and supervise undergraduate interns for data parsing, editing, quality check, and visualization; Assist the Principal Investigator (PI) by overseeing the day-to-day operation of NeuroMorpho.Org; Extract morphometric measurements from neuronal and glial tracings; Performing statistical analyses and writing research manuscripts for peer-review; Interact with researchers in other national and international institutions; Participate in all aspects of the Center’s mission, such as actively attending group meetings and weekly seminars; Prepare and deliver interactive demos for visitors and external stakeholders; and Submit abstracts for conference presentations.


Required Qualifications:

  • A PhD in Neuroscience/Bioengineering or other relevant fields; and Multi-year postdoctoral experience in neurite quantification.


Preferred Qualifications:

  • Demonstrated potential for excellence and productivity in research; A commitment to data sharing and open access science; Knowledge of hippocampal anatomy and physiology; Hands-on expertise in digital reconstructions of neuronal morphology; Ability to interact effectively with peers and trainees; and Demonstrated team leadership. A Force for Innovation in the Heart of Northern Virginia’s Technology Corridor


The College of Engineering and Computing (CEC) at George Mason University is comprised of the Volgenau School of Engineering and a new School of Computing. The College is a fast-growing force for innovation in research and education. Ranked nationally in the top 100 in both undergraduate and graduate education, the College boasts more than 9,100 students in 37 undergraduate, master’s, and doctoral degree programs, including several first-in-the-nation offerings. Of the 271 full-time faculty who comprise the College, 91 are tenured, 59 are tenure-track, 89 are instructional faculty, and 32 are research faculty. As part of a nationally ranked research university, its research teams expended more than $75 million in sponsored research awards in the past year and has projects with over $400 million in current and anticipated awards. The College stands out for its leading research in areas such as artificial intelligence, data analytics engineering, cybersecurity engineering, biomedical imaging and devices, community-based healthcare, autonomous systems, 5G/Next G communications, systems architectures, computational biomedicine, advanced materials and manufacturing, sustainable infrastructure, and more. The College encourages multidisciplinary research and provides ample opportunity for faculty to work with other disciplines.


George Mason University is the largest and most diverse public research university in Virginia, with an enrollment of over 39,000 students studying in over 200 degree programs. Mason is an innovative, entrepreneurial institution with national distinction in a range of academic fields. It was classified as an R1 research institution in 2016 by the Carnegie Classifications of Institutes of Higher Education. Mason has campuses in Fairfax, Arlington, and Prince William. Its proximity to Washington, D.C. provides unmatched geographical access to a number of federal agencies and national laboratories. Northern Virginia is also home to one of the largest concentrations of high-tech firms in the nation, providing excellent opportunities for interaction with industry. The region is consistently rated as being among the best places to live in the country, and has an outstanding local public school system.


In conjunction with Amazon’s decision to establish a second headquarters in Northern Virginia, the Commonwealth of Virginia announced a multi-year plan to invest in the growth of degree programs in computing. George Mason University has committed to accelerate its plans to grow its capacity in computing and high-tech fields. Among the exciting initiatives being undertaken by the university are the launch of the Institute for Digital InnovAtion, a university think tank and incubator to serve the digital economy, and the expansion of its Arlington Campus with a planned 400,000 square foot building that will house the new Institute for Digital InnovAtion. These initiatives reflect hundreds of millions of dollars in new investment by Mason that will rapidly elevate the university’s already leading national position in computing and related areas.


Special Instructions to Applicants  

For full consideration, applicants must complete the online application at for position number F765AZ; and attach a cover letter, resume, and a list of three professional references with contact information. Full consideration will apply to applicants who submit their completed application by July 20, 2022 however, review of applications will continue until the position is filled.


George Mason University is an equal opportunity/affirmative action employer, committed to promoting inclusion and equity in its community. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, age, disability or veteran status, or any characteristic protected by law.

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