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Post-Doctoral Research Fellow in Brain Imaging Genomics of Alzheimer’s Disease
The Brain Imaging Genomics Laboratory of the Indiana University School of Medicine Center for Neuroimaging (CfN; neuroimaging.medicine.iu.edu) and the Neuroimaging Core of the NIH-sponsored Indiana Alzheimer Disease Center (IADC; iadc.medicine.iu.edu) have immediate full-time openings for one or more outstanding, highly motivated post-doctoral research fellows with special interest in the areas of human brain imaging, medical neuroscience, and genomics/computational systems biology, to play a major role in state-of-the-science integrative studies of early stage Alzheimer’s disease and related conditions. Other collaborative research using similar approaches, within the center and beyond, focuses on cognitive effects of treatment for non-CNS (central nervous system) cancers, mild traumatic brain injury and sports concussion, and psychosis.
Special opportunities afforded by this fellowship include the chance to gain experience working directly with the Genetics Core of the national Alzheimer’s Disease Neuroimaging Initiative (ADNI; adni.loni.usc.edu/about/centers-cores/genetics), the Neuroimaging Core (and other Cores) of the IADC, as well as with the IU Network Science Institute (IUNI; iuni.iu.edu), which is conducting pioneering integrative studies of the human connectome, social networks and systems biology of AD. Research dedicated facilities in the IUSM Neuroscience Center include Siemens PRISMA 3T MRI and Biograph PET/CT, Radiochemistry Core and Neurovisualization Lab, with PET/MR arriving shortly.
For a full description and application instructions, please click here: Post-Doctoral Research Fellow in Brain Imaging Genomics of Alzheimer’s Disease
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