Please submit the following application materials in the order listed below and as a single document via email to Professor Luis Hernandez-Garcia, at email@example.com:
Cover letter describing your specific interest in the position
A brief summary of research interests, accomplishments and experience to date
Contact information for three references.
A postdoctoral research position is available at the University of Michigan’s Functional MRI Laboratory to work on a NIH funded project. The candidate’s job will conduct research on projects related to quantitative imaging of cerebral blood flow using MRI without the use of contrast agents. The techniques developed in this project will be applied to Parkinson’s disease and other neurodegenerative disorders. The candidate will be expected to publish their findings in peer reviewed journals and international conferences.
The research will primarily involve these areas:
• Modeling MR signal under blood flow conditions
• Development of deep learning methods to solve inverse problems
• Pulse sequence design and development
• Image reconstruction and post-processing
A strong background in signal processing and mathematical modeling is crucial for this project. The ideal candidate will have a Ph.D. degree in a relevant discipline such as Biomedical Engineering, Electrical Engineering, or Physics.
He/she will also have experience in one or more of the following MRI related areas: Arterial Spin Labeling (ASL), Magnetic Resonance Fingerprinting (MRF), Neural Networks or other pattern recognition techniques.
MR pulse programming experience is desired, preferably in EPIC.
This is a one year term-limited position with a possibility of renewal. Postdoctoral Research Fellow appointments are renewable annually for a maximum of three years contingent on satisfactory performance and the availability of funding.
The start date is negotiable, but January 2021 or earlier is preferred.
This position is eligible for benefits.
Additional information regarding UM Postdoctoral Research Fellow appointments can be found at https://rackham.umich.edu/postdoctoral-fellows/
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The Functional MRI Laboratory is an interdisciplinary unit organized under the University of Michigan's Office of Research and is dedicated to supporting research on the structures and functions of the brain that underlie cognitive and affective processes, and research on functional MRI and associated research tools. The Laboratory's mission is to maintain an environment that will enhance the excellence of research using fMRI and associated technologies by providing a well-equipped physical facility and appropriate intellectual support services for investigators. Additional information about the Functional MRI Laboratory is available at: fmri.research.umich.edu/
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