Postdoc and PhD positions @ UConn brainLENS Lab
Fumiko Hoeft MD PhD, Professor of the Departments of Psychological Sciences, Mathematics, Neuroscience and Psychiatry (psych.uconn.edu/person/fumiko-hoeft/), and Director of the Brain Imaging Research Center (birc.uconn.edu) at the University of Connecticut in CT US, is now accepting applications of up to two postdoctoral fellows to begin sometime between now and the fall of 2021; and/or two PhD students to begin in the fall of 2021. Our bicoastal labs at UCSF and UConn (www.brainlens.org) have a strong track-record in interdisciplinary research spanning from theory, multimodal neuroimaging (fMRI, dMRI, TMS, MRS, EEG, etc), genetics, machine learning and network approaches, on topics relevant to reading development, dyslexia and resilience/compensatory mechanisms. We are particularly interested in candidates who have a background or interest in behavioral genetics, and/or computational (machine learning / network) approaches that can be applied to neuroimaging data; and/or fetal/neonatal neuroimaging. The positions are fully funded, primarily by NIH grants, and by graduate research assistantships (GRAs). There are opportunities to be involved in federally funded and interdisciplinary graduate and postdoctoral training programs (NSF NRT slac.uconn.edu, NIH T32 cncct.research.uconn.edu). Interested applicants should contact Prof. Fumiko Hoeft @ <>.