Fumiko Hoeft MD PhD, Professor of the Departments of Psychological Sciences, Mathematics, Neuroscience and Psychiatry (https://psych.uconn.edu/person/fumiko-hoeft/), and Director of the Brain Imaging Research Center (https://birc.uconn.edu) at UConn, and Adjunct Professor of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences at UCSF, is now accepting additional applications of up to two postdoctoral fellows and/or research assistants (RAs) to begin sometime between now and the fall of 2021 at UConn (possibly at UCSF for postdocs; https://www.brainlens.org).
The postdoc(s) would ideally have strong research- and publication-records in: (1) reading, dyslexia or related fields of (developmental) cognitive neuroscience; or (2) fetal, neonatal or infant neuroimaging. The latter does not have to be in reading/dyslexia, and can be in affective neuroscience. Experience in interdisciplinary research is a plus; from theory, multimodal neuroimaging (fMRI, dMRI, TMS, MRS, EEG, etc), genetics, machine learning and network approaches (see https://www.brainlens.org/employment). The RAs would ideally have experience in the areas above, though not required. Strong management, organizational and communication/writing skills are required. Programming skills are desired but not required. There are opportunities to write grants, and publish using many of our existing and publicly available datasets. The positions are fully funded, primarily by NIH grants though a US citizenship is not required.
Interested applicants should submit a cover letter, full CV, names of 3 references, and preferred location (UConn or UCSF) to Prof. Fumiko Hoeft at brainLENS@uconn.edu. When you write, please use subject, “[Postdoc] FIRST & LAST NAME” of “[RA] FIRST & LAST NAME”.