Postdoctoral Scholar Position in Neuroscience
Duration: 2-3 years
Start date: Early 2020
Salary: $50,000/yr + benefits
Department of Radiology at the University
of Calgary is accepting applications for a postdoctoral scholar to work
with Dr. Catherine Lebel in the area of developmental neuroimaging. Dr. Lebel
is an Associate Professor in the Department of Radiology with extensive
experience investigating structural and functional brain development in
childhood and brain abnormalities in children with neurodevelopmental
postdoctoral scholar will work with Dr. Lebel to study brain development in
children and/or adoelscents, and links between brain development, cognition,
behaviour, and/or environment. The specific focus area of the project is
flexible. We have active projects in the area of early childhood development,
white matter changes in adolescence, and brain alterations in children with
should have a PhD in neuroscience, biomedical engineering, medical sciences, or
other relevant discipline, and experience with MR image processing and analysis.
Applicants should submit a letter of interest, CV, graduate transcript(s), and names
and contact information for at least two references to email@example.com.
PDS will be affiliated with the University of Calgary, the Owerko Centre at the
Alberta Children’s Hospital Research Institute (ACHRI), and the Hotchkiss Brain
Institute (HBI). The Owerko Centre is a $10M state-of-the-art research space
dedicated to promoting collaborative neurodevelopmental and metnal health
research across the University of Calgary and its affiliated hospitals. ACHRI
brings together over 180 inter-disciplinary scientists to find new ways of
understanding and treating child behavioural, meotional, cognitive, and
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