We welcome applications from PhD scientists with experience in one or more of the following: cognitive neuroscience, human functional brain imaging, psychology, neurology, psychiatry, machine learning, data visualization, and data integration methods across disparate data streams. Fellows will work with collaborating scientist on analyzing the prodigious and growing imaging and behavioral data from the Brain Health Project, in which the first 20,000 participants have already registered. Postdocs will be encouraged to develop and pursue their own lines of scientific inquiry under the guidance of their collaborating scientists who are part of a thriving team of researchers at the Center for BrainHealth, with an emphasis on dynamic changes/improvements in brain function over time, and their behavioral correlates.
Fellows will work in collaboration with at least two senior researchers from the Center for BrainHealth and its vast collaborators across other universities in areas broadly defined by the existing research teams, but with considerable freedom for candidates to propose questions, define approaches, and write grants within these broad areas.
Fellows will be provided opportunities to attend and contribute to the Frontiers in Brain Health weekly seminars as well as the many other colloquia and lectures in the extensive UT Dallas and UT Southwestern campuses.