Postdoctoral Research in MR Techniques in Brain Function

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Postdoctoral Research in MR Techniques in Brain Function

The MR Techniques group at the Donders Institute for Brain, Cognition and Behaviour offers Postdoctoral Research in MR Techniques in Brain Function at Radboud University in Netherlands 2013

Study Subject(s):
The research topic is high-field BOLD imaging, in particular high-resolution and high-speed (f)MRI techniques.
 
Course Level:
This scholarship is available for pursuing postdoctoral degree level.
 
Scholarship Provider:
Donders Institute, Centre for Cognitive Neuroimaging
 
Scholarship can be taken at:
Netherlands
 
Eligibility:
You should have a PhD degree in MRI methods, preferably related to functional imaging. Proficiency in oral and written English is essential, and an ability to speak German would be an advantage. The position is suitable for someone wishing to be based primarily in Nijmegen or in Essen.
 
Scholarship Open for Students of Following Countries:
The students of Netherlands can apply for this scholarship.
 
Scholarship Description:
The MR Techniques group at the Donders Institute for Brain, Cognition and Behaviour has funding available for a postdoctoral position in the context of the successful collaboration with the Erwin L Hahn Institute in Essen. The research topic is high-field BOLD imaging, in particular high-resolution and high-speed (f)MRI techniques. Experiments will primarily be conducted using the Siemens 7T scanner at the Erwin L Hahn Institute. You are also expected to advise and support other investigators from the Donders Institute wishing to perform studies at 7T.
 
Duration of award(s):
Scholarship is offered for 3 years.
 
What does it cover?
The gross salary will be between €3,195 and €4,374, depending on experience.In addition to the salary: an 8% holiday allowance and an 8.3% end-of-year bonus.
 
How to Apply:
The mode of applying is electronically.
 
Deadline:
Do submit your applications till 1 December 2012.

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