Number of Jobs in Database: The University of Chicago's Department of Pathology seeks a Clinical Associate at full-time effort for a one year term. Preference will be given to candidates with additional fellowship training in Gastrointestinal, Gynecologic or Oncologic Surgical Pathology.
They are sorted with the most recently posted jobs listed first. Very good knowledge of English and team skills; Experience in Paper and Proposal writing as well as teaching. Willingness to mobility work in international projects, conferences, etc. Applications, curriculum vitae and other documents must be sent electronically to applications.
The focus of the lab is on brain-machine interfaces BMI and future generation neurotherapeutics. To this end, the lab studies neuroscientific questions related to understanding how neural patterns or states are learned, as well as how to manipulate these processes using tools such as electrical or optical stimuation.
This work will lay the foundation for the development in the lab of new neurotechnologies and paradigms for expanding the set of neurological disorders treated with BMIs and neurotherapeutic devices. One of the available positions will focus on the development of paradigms for studying neural processes and behavior in the nonhuman primate NHP related to learning and decision-making, and how these processes may be perturbed artificially or in a pathological state.
Of particular interest are the effects of anxiety, depression, and other neuropyschiatric illnesses on these mechanisms. The other position will focus on the development in the lab of new neural interfaces and methodologies for interrogating the brain, such as with multi-photon imaging, holography, and optogenetic tools.
The positions are initially offered for 1 year, with the possibility of extension beyond this period, based on mutual agreement.
Individuals with a background in engineering, neuroscience, or other quantitative fields are especially encouraged to apply. To apply for these positions, please contact Dr. The goal of this exciting multidisciplinary, multi-institutional training program based at Massachusetts General Hospital and the School of Engineering and the Carney Institute for Brain Science at Brown University, is to enhance recovery from disabling brain injuries by filling a pressing need for clinician-scientists and neuroengineers trained to leverage the computational neurosciences and to develop and test device-based and other interventions for patients.
The research and training opportunity includes a two year, Tfunded fellowship that is available beginning July The deadline for applications is December 1st, Experience in working with persons with motor disabilities.
Employee and student status. Research Direction Optimization of neurofeedbac k treatments for patients after stroke. Biofeedback involves the electronic monitoring and online feedback of normally automatic bodily functions to train voluntary control of these functions.
Neurofeedback using brain-computer interfaces allows users to control a computer application by brain activity by electroencephalogram. Although these interventions have been shown to improve neurophysiological, cognitive and behavioural outcomes for some specific neurological disorders, they have largely been experimental so far.
Supervision Your lead supervisor will be Prof. Further supervision will be provided by Prof. Good English language skills. Willingness to work in an inter-cultural and international environment. Ability to work independently and as part of a team.
Intensive training in scientific and transferable skills, participation in schools. Fixed term employee contracts totalling 48 months, subject to review, at UL. Manage and drive forward your research project. Attend doctoral school courses, trainings and social events.
Write scientific articles and your PhD thesis. Disseminate your research at conferences and seminars. Gender policy UL strives to increase the proportion of female PhD students in its faculties.
Therefore, we explicitly encourage women to apply.The main office for the Department of Biology is located in Room on the first floor of Schmucker Science North.
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