A research analyst position is available in the laboratory of Dr. Brian Gold (https://sites.google.com/site/btgoldlaboratory) to participate in NIH funded projects. The position involves ongoing research on neurocognitive aging using MRI methods. Specific research focuses on identifying the effects aging, vascular pathologies and Alzheimer's disease pathologies on brain networks and cognition. Job responsibilities include: data quality control, managing Unix workstations running Redhat including software updates, system updates and maintenance of software functionality; data anonymization and upload; following lab-pipelines for generating MRI summary measures; aiding the development of new Unix scripts for data analyses.
Position Time Status: Full-Time
Required Related Experience:
No experience required.
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