Rating of head MRI and CT scans for epidemiological study of cerebral small vessel disease, stroke, dementia and related outcomes. A highly motivated individual with the qualifications of a Research Fellow. The ideal candidate will have knowledge about neuroanatomy and neuroimaging, and strong interest in epidemiological research, neurodegenerative disease, stroke and aging. Prior experience is desired. Will have a demonstrated ability to develop new concepts, research project proposals, manuscript writing as evidenced by publications, or other professional accomplishments.
Masters degree required and 5 to 8 years of work experience.
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