Research Coordinator Position in Psychiatric Neuroimaging at the MGH-Martinos Center
We are looking to hire a college graduate with strong organizational and interpersonal skills as a full time research coordinator for several projects investigating the neural basis and nature of cognitive deficits in neuropsychiatric disorders. This is an excellent research opportunity for someone bound for graduate school in psychology, cognitive neuroscience, or medicine. The primary line of investigation focuses on the contribution of abnormal sleep to impaired memory consolidation in schizophrenia and autism. The techniques employed include polysomnography (sleep electroencephalography), functional magnetic resonance imaging (fMRI), magneto- and electroencephalography (MEG/EEG), and diffusion tensor imaging (DTI). The coordinator will work closely with the Principal Investigator, lab mates, and collaborators on all aspects of the research projects. Training in data acquisition and analysis will be provided. Responsibilities are varied and include managing patient studies, recruitment, screening and characterization of participants, maintaining accurate records, and assisting with grant applications, human subject applications, and publications. Knowledge of Mac and/or Linux/UNIX operating systems as well as some programming experience are an asset, as is a high level of comfort with novel computer applications and environments. A background in psychology, statistics, and neuroscience is an asset. A mentored research project is encouraged. The candidate must be mature and responsible with excellent organizational, interpersonal as well as oral and written communication skills. S/He must be able to work independently in a fast-paced environment, juggle and prioritize multiple tasks, feel comfortable working with clinical and non-clinical study populations, working as part of a team and seek assistance when appropriate. Position available starting May 2018. A two-year commitment is required. Please submit a resume, writing sample, college transcript (unofficial is fine) and contact information for three references to Olivia Larson : email@example.com
Postdoctoral Fellowship at the Martinos Center for Biomedical Imaging and the Psychiatric Neuroimaging Division of the Psychiatry Department at Massachusetts General Hospital, Charlestown, MA and Harvard Medical School.
Position Description: Clinical/Cognitive Neuroscience Research
Project: Multimodal neuroimaging studies of sleep and memory
PI: Dara S. Manoach, Ph.D.
Requirements: PhD (or MD) in cognitive neuroscience, psychology or a related discipline and a strong research background are required. The ideal candidate will have a background in MEG and/or EEG methodology; research experience with clinical populations; experience in task design and analysis for cognitive experiments; fluency with statistical analysis packages. A background in computational neuroscience and/or signal processing (e.g., in Matlab) are beneficial PS. Here they are, distribute however you see fit.
Position available immediately. Interested applicants should email: (a) CV, (b) statement of post-doctoral and career goals, (c) writing sample (e.g., a published manuscript), and (d) letters and/or contact information for three references to Dara Manoach firstname.lastname@example.org. Stipend levels are in line with experience and NIH. A two-year commitment is required.