Our new **Brain Stimulation and Brain Imaging group*** at Wake Forest University Health Sciences is seeking a motivated postdoctoral fellow with expertise in advanced functional neuroimaging analysis to assist with new, translational NIAAA research.
The fellow will have the opportunity to interact not only with a well-established group of both basic and clinical science addiction researchers (including an NIAAA funded P50 Center grant and T32 training grant), but will also receive training and mentorship from individuals in the **Center for Biomedical Imaging**, **Comprehensive Cancer Center**, and the **Tobacco Research Center for Excellence** at Wake Forest. The fellow receive training in the assessment and treatment of substance use disorders, attend structured didactics, and participate in research dissemination (e.g., manuscript writing, conference presentations) and grants preparation. The applicant will interact with a multidisciplinary faculty comprised of psychiatrists, psychologists, neuroscientists, biostatisticians, pharmacists, and trainees from various fields of study.
The successful applicant must possess a doctoral degree. A strong background in imaging research is preferred. Salary will be commensurate with training level. Start date in 2020 is negotiable.
Application Procedures: Submit a CV, a statement of research interests, and names of 2 individuals willing to provide letters of recommendation to Colleen A. Hanlon, PhD at email@example.com, 1 Medical Center Blvd., Winston-Salem, NC 27157.
Feel free to contact me directly with any questions- Colleen Hanlon Twitter: brainstimgrl
Doctoral level degree
Background in signal processing, computer programming, MATLAB, etc preferred
Background in functional or structural neuroimaging and familiarity with relevant programs (SPM/AFNI/FSL, Freesurfer, DSIStudio, MRTrix, etc)
Additional Salary Information: Commensurate with experience and NIH guidelines