Position responsibilities include independent research, contributions to publications and grants, and leadership roles within the new Institute. Opportunities for teaching also exist. A significant portion of the work will be development of novel imaging techniques for the human 7T MRI scanner and application to 1) improved neurosurgical planning for brain tumors, 2) elucidating biomarkers for psychiatric illness and 3) improving treatment of epilepsy. Work will consist of pulse sequence programming and development, acquisition of image data on patients and healthy volunteers, and analysis of acquired anatomical, DTI and spectroscopic images. The candidate should have a PhD in Engineering, Physics, Mathematics or a related field.
Experience with RF equipment and devices a plus.