The Center for Healthy Minds at the University of Wisconsin–Madison is seeking multiple highly motivated postdoctoral researchers to work on intervention studies in U.S. adults to promote wellbeing and prevent suicide.
Areas of research include the evaluation and mechanistic examination of behavioral and physiological interventions in healthy and distressed adults using multiple types of MRI, passive measures of behavior and physiology, and survey measurements.
The postdoctoral research associates will have opportunities to participate in activities related to neuroimaging methods development and evaluation, study data collection and analyses, research publications, grant writing and are expected to make
positive scholarly contributions to this interdisciplinary and highly collaborative research program.
Ph.D. in medical physics, psychology, neuroscience, and/or a related field
Prior experience with brain imaging techniques (e.g. MRI, DTI, and/or fMRI) and/or behavioral data
Strong communication and organization skills are a must.
Experience with brain image analysis software tools, MATLAB, Python, C++ and/or other computer programming (e.g., R, Mplus)
Experience with large and complex research studies and/or clinical trials
Emerging track record of publishing in academic journals, strong analytic skills, and excel at working in a collaborative environment.
We are an equal opportunity/affirmative action employer. We promote excellence through diversity and encourage all qualified individuals to apply.
To view the full posting with application instructions please go to https://centerhealthyminds.org/assets/files-publications/PostDoc_DARPA-FINAL-COPY.pdf