Data Analyst Position - Child Mind Institute (New York)

The Child Mind Institute is seeking a Data Analyst to support a collaborative study with Dr. Amy Roy at Fordham University. The Data Analyst’s role is to assist with the analysis of functional MRI data, as well as reporting results. In particular, the work includes: 1) preprocessing of a large fMRI dataset and implementing quality assurance protocols, 2) maintaining the database and imaging processing pipeline; 3) supporting post-doctoral researchers by implementing novel analytic methods; and 4) training graduate and undergraduate students in how to preprocess and analyze resting state and task-based functional MRI data.

Reporting to Dr. Suk Jun Hong and the Director of the Center for the Developing Brain, this is a full-time position, primarily located at the CMI headquarters (101 E 56th St, New York, NY 10022).

Implementation, execution, and maintenance of fMRI imaging analysis pipelines
Conduct neuroanatomical profile analyses as well as analyses of resting-state functional MRI data using novel software packages and neuroinformatic platforms
Develop graphs, reports, and presentations of project results
Training undergraduate and graduate students in data analysis theory and implementation
Perform basic statistical analyses for projects and reports

Master’s degree in neuroscience, computer science, mathematics, statistics or related areas is preferred
Extensive neuroimaging experience in fMRI analysis and proficiency with one or more packages (e.g. FreeSurfer, AFNI, FSL, Workbench or SPM)
Programming experience in one or more languages (e.g., Python, Matlab, R or similar platforms is required)
Significant prior neuroimaging experience with more imaging and/or simulation modalities (e.g., DTI, EEG, MEG, TMS etc.) is a plus, but not required
A passion for the applying computational methods to understand clinical conditions.

If you are interested in the positions, please apply to

Thank you!

Suk-Jun Hong, PhD
Postdoc, Center for the Developing Brain
Child Mind Institute