A 3-years doctoral position (50% TV-L 13) is available from April
2011 at the Freiburg Brain Imaging Center (FBI,
http://www.uniklinik-freiburg.de/fbi/live/index_en.html) in Germany.
The candidate can obtain a PhD in the field of Psychology, Medicine or
The candidate will apply pattern recognition methods to multivariate
data (e.g. imaging, neuropsychological test results) to improve our
understanding of neurodegenerative diseases
The FBI (http://www.uniklinik-freiburg.de/fbi/live/index_en.html)
combins efforts in neuroimaging research of the departments of
Psychiatry/Psychotherapie, Neurology, Neuroradiology and Neurosurgery.
It is closely collaborating with the Center for Data Analyses and
and the Department for Pattern recognition methods
(http://lmb.informatik.uni-freiburg.de/index.en.html). Support for MRI
sequence development is provided by the Department of MR-Physics, that
is also part of the FBI. Starting April 2011, we will begin a
continuous education program in the field of neuroimaging.
Applicants must hold a master degree or equivalent in medicine,
psychology or a related field. Previous programming experience (e.g.
Matlab) is advantageous but not required. Sound knowledge of
statistics as well as good IT skills are essential.
Disabled applicants are preferred if qualification is equal.
Please send applications to Dr. Stefan Klöppel. For informal enquiries
call +49 761 270 66400 or email [log in to unmask] .