Tuesday, March 26, 2013

Post-doctoral fellowship at Harvard Medical School: diffusion MRI and functional MRI

Found in the Job section of the LinkedIn Group on Compressive Sensing:

post-doctoral fellowship at Harvard Medical School
Job description: You will be working in the field of diffusion MRI and functional MRI to
study brain connectivity and function. Your background and publications should be
in one or more of the following areas:
1. Computer vision.
2. machine learning.
3. compressed sensing.
4. statistical time series analysis.
5. diffusion and/or functional MRI.
6. Mathematics/Statistics.
Should have a very good publication record, although, not necessarily from the areas
of diffusion/functional MRI. You will be working with top-notch computer scientists
and neuroscientists to solve some of the mysteries of the brain. Your position will
be with Laboratory of Mathematics in Imaging (LMI - lmi.bwh.harvard.edu) and
Psychiatry Neuroimaging Laboratory (PNL - pnl.bwh.harvard.edu).
If you are interested, please contact Yogesh Rathi

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