|Type of Fellowship||Postdoctoral Fellowship|
|Graduate Program Type||Physical Sciences|
|Specialty||Medical / Biomedical Physics|
|Fellowship Amount||$ 35,000 - $ 42,000|
|College / University||http://www.ryerson.ca|
Graduate Fellowship Description
The Department of Physics in the Faculty of Science at Ryerson University, section Medical Physics, has an opening for a full-time postdoctoral position in fMRI data analysis.
Job Responsibilities: The key responsibility will be investigation of new methodological approaches, and algorithm and software development for fMRI. Potential research activities involve ICA, clustering, multivariate analysis, or other novel approaches to obtain activation patterns in the brain.
The successful candidate has strong analytical skills and experience / interests in applied mathematics, statistics, MR physics, programming (C and Matlab), and signal and image processing.
Required Qualifications: Minimum Requirements: A Ph.D. degree in mathematics, statistics, physics, biomedical or electrical engineering, or related field; fMRI knowledge and experience in statistics and digital signal processing; proficiency in Matlab and C programming.
Preferred Qualifications include: Experience with fMRI, and excellent mathematical and analytical skills. Salary and Benefits: Salary range is $35,000 to $42,000, depending on qualifications. Ryerson University offers a full benefits package.
The initial contract will be given for one year with possibility to renew for another year, depending on NIH funding. Required Application Materials: CV/resume and three letters of references.
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