Research Lab Analyst in Applied Neuroimaging at Emory University
The Mayberg Depression Neuroimaging Lab is seeking a research analyst that will be focused on managing and processing functional and structural neuroimaging data. The lab’s main focus is the use of multimodal neuroimaging methods to delineate the structural and functional neuroanatomy of depression and mechanisms of treatment.
Duties of the lab analyst include but are not limited to conducting neuroimage post-processing, analysis and display of all fMRI datasets and maintaining and protecting the RAID system used to store data related to all ongoing studies. He/she will also be responsible for coordinating distribution and sharing of large imaging datasets with external collaborators in addition to supervising ongoing analyses performed by students in coordination with the lab PI.
Two or more years experience in the field is required to obtain the position. The lab analyst must have extensive experience with MATLAB and LINUX, as well as different imaging software platforms (i.e. SPM, FLS, AFNI, ...) used in performing various types of analyses on MRI, FMRI and PET data.
Salary will be competitive and based on experience and training.
MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS: M.S. degree in computer science, engineering, neuroscience or a related science field. Candidate must also have two years of research experience (this could have been concurrent with obtaining a M.S.), OR equivalent combination of experience, education, and training. Must have extensive experience with image processing, MATLAB, LINUX, and imaging software platforms used in performing various types of analyses on MRI, FMRI and PET data.
To apply for the position please send CV to Dr. Helen Mayberg:
hmayber [at] emory.edu