A postdoctoral position funded by NIH is open immediately . We are seeking a motivated individual to join our interdisciplinary team engaged in multimodal studies of the primate sensorimotor system and the neurobiological basis of functional MRI signals in the cortex and spinal cord. A strong background in signal processing related to electrophysiology (LFPs, spiking activity) and fMRI or related topics is desirable. Experience with in vivo recordings in live animals is also desireable but training in such methods can be provided. Compensation will be at postdoctoral levels commensurate with experience. Vanderbilt University Medical Center is located in Nashville, TN and is an equal opportunity employer.
Ph.D. or equivalent degree in BME, EE, neuroscience or related fields
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About Vanderbilt University Institute of Imaging Science
Vanderbilt University Institute of Imaging Science (VUIIS) is a leading, internationally-recognized center of excellence in imaging science housed within the Vanderbilt University Medical Center in Nashville, TN. VUIIS is a trans-institutional initiative undertaking advanced research and training in biomedical imaging science. VUIIS maintains close collaborations with our schools of medicine, engineering, arts and science, law and Peabody College. VUIIS operates state-of-the-art facilities for imaging research at all scales including imaging animals and human subjects. We pursue research in developing new imaging methods and related activities in MRI, nuclear, optical, ultrasound and X-ray imaging as well as applications in cancer, neuroscience, metabolic disorders, cardiovascular disease and other areas. VUIIS is supported by grants from the NIH, NSF, DOD, DOE, industry and foundations, as well as Vanderbilt University.