Postdoctoral Fellow Neuroimaging and Cognitive Research

August 18, 2023

The Research Program on Cognition and Neuromodulation Based Interventions (RP-CNBI) at the University of Michigan ( announces an opening for a full-time research post-doctoral position. The program’s mission is to implement novel and effective non-pharmacological treatments for individuals with cognitive impairments due to neurologic injury and/or disease. RP-CNBI integrates neuropsychological theory with multi-modal neuroimaging techniques and non-pharmacological treatments.

The research fellow will be jointly supervised by Drs. Alexandru Iordan and Benjamin Hampstead and perform advanced analyses of multi-modal neuroimaging data from ongoing projects/clinical trials supported by 11 grants totaling over 13 million in NIH/DOD funding.

The fellow will have access to a variety of research techniques, including:
– Multi-modal imaging: fMRI, fNIRS, MRS/fMRS, PET, ASL, DWI
– Neuromodulation: tDCS, tACS, TMS
– Cognitive rehabilitation using computerized tasks and virtual reality

The Department of Psychiatry at the University of Michigan is committed to creating an environment that is welcoming to all.  We value the unique contributions of individuals and support a culture of inclusivity and inquiry among our employees and learners.

How to Apply

Please apply to job posting 228001 at this link for full description and application instructions:

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