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Assistant Researcher - Neurology- HWNI
University of California Berkeley

Date Posted Jan. 4, 2022
Title Assistant Researcher - Neurology- HWNI
University University of California Berkeley
Berkeley, CA, United States
Application Deadline 01/31/2022
Position Start Date Available immediately
  • Research Scientist/Associate
  • Neurology

Assistant Researcher - Neurology- HWNI

The Helen Wills Neuroscience Institute (HWNI) at the University of California, Berkeley seeks applications for an Assistant Researcher in the research group of Professor David Feinberg, in the area of MRI science for neuroimaging. This position will be assigned a leadership role in all active Feinberg Research Teams projects including two NIH BRAIN projects: Nex-Gen 7T MRI scanner project and the Foundations of functional MRI project. The candidate will also engage in his/her own independent research and will be expected to work toward securing his/her own funding in the future. This position tracks and manages other laboratory personnel and resources and works closely with Dr. Feinberg to identify research breakthroughs and process efficiencies alike.

Responsibilities will include:
  • Participates in the data gathering process - including interaction with human subjects.
  • Direct involvement in the laboratory group process of analyzing data and summarizing results.
  • Direct involvement in generating presentation materials to report the results of research to others in the scientific community.
  • Innovate and evaluate fMRI protocols at 7T.
  • Develop pulse sequence and image reconstruction software for structural, functional and physiological MRI to meet specific scientific project needs.
  • Develop pulse sequences for cerebral blood volume (CBV) and BOLD based fMRI.
  • Acquire and analyze a variety of MRI data at both 3T and 7T scanners, including planning and design of experiments, acquisition of data from phantoms and human subjects, and storage and analysis of that data.
  • Create novel computational approaches and analytical tools as required by neuroscience research goals.
  • Consult with other researchers to analyze problems and determine computational strategies for analyzing large datasets.
  • Compile data for use in multiple subject experiments and design and apply bioinformatics statistical algorithms.
  • Develop data models and databases.
  • Communicate research results through conference presentations, scientific publications, or project reports.

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