The Brain Stimulation Research Group, part of the Stanford University School of Medicine in Stanford, California, is seeking an NIH T32-funded postdoctoral fellow to join our group for a 2-3-year appointment. We are seeking a highly motivated researcher to work on neuroimaging projects related to brain stimulation (repetitive transcranial magnetic stimulation), trait hypnotizability, hypnotic analgesia and chronic pain. The successful candidate should have substantial experience in running MRI experiments and in analyzing both structural and functional data. The position requires that an individual function independently to conduct neuroimaging analyses and/or be resourceful to obtain assistance with analysis within the research group. During their post-doc, the candidate will learn how to administer non-invasive neuromodulation as well as various experimentally-induced pain approaches for our NIH-funded research projects.
An advanced degree (MD, PhD, or related)
Experience in neuroimaging acquisition and study design
Ample experience with neuroimaging analysis software (e.g., FSL, SPM etc.)
Prior research publications using neuroimaging
Strong written and verbal communication skills
Please send your CV and a cover letter to the Brain Stimulation research group at ude.drofnats|ydutsnoitalumitsniarb#ude.drofnats|ydutsnoitalumitsniarb.
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