[caret-users] Postdoctoral Fellow Position at National University of Singapore

z丹丹 jidanz at hotmail.com
Fri Feb 5 00:12:37 CST 2010


Sorry, I'm not sure whether I can put an advertisement here. If not, please inform me and I won't do it again.

Thanks.

Job description:



Computation functional anatomy laboratory at National University of Singapore (http://www.bioeng.nus.edu.sg/cfa) focuses on brain and cognition development in children. We are looking for a Postdoctoral fellow joining the project. As a project scientist, you will assist our  Investigators on the project that investigates brain and cognitive development in children. Your job responsibilities include but are not limited to, collecting, consolidating and analyzing the data. The candidate with experience in neuroimaging studies or genetics will be preferable. Annual salary is negotiable with medical and retirement benefits.



Qualifications:



・         A Ph. D in Psychology, NeuroImaging or related field

・         Knowledge in statistical analysis is necessary

・         Good communication skills in English language

If you are interested in the jobs listed below, please send your CV to

Dr.  Anqi QIU

Division of Bioengineering

National University of Singapore

Email: bieqa at nus.edu.sg

Phone: +(65) 6516 7002






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> From: Donna Dierker <donna at brainvis.wustl.edu>
> Subject: [caret-users] Lecture Notes for Basic MRI Physics
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> This is somewhat off-topic, but I thought it might be of interest to many.
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> From: David Kennedy <nitrc-open-discussion at www.nitrc.org>
> Date: Wed, Feb 3, 2010 at 5:48 AM
> Subject: [nitrc-open-discussion forum] Lecture Notes for Basic MRI Physics
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> By: David Kennedy
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> I was recently asked to give a little lab presentation on basic MRI physics
> to the clinicians in our program. ?As this is not a talk I've given in many
> years, I didn't want to create a new lecture from scratch, so I figured I'd
> search the web for publicly available lectures I could borrow from. It dawned
> on me, of course. that NITRC would be a great place to collect many of these
> as well. ?So, I thought I'd start a list in this forum thread (we can move to
> a separate forum or wiki if this reaches critical mass). Note: One criteria
> I applied is that I'm looking for slideshow like content, not textbook content,
> suitable for a small lecture.
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> This list is not comprehensive, it's just the first couple of the top google
> hits on a "basic mri physics lecture" google search that I happened to look at:
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> - http://users.fmrib.ox.ac.uk/~karla/grad_program/introMRI.html Karla Miller,
> FMRIB - cool simulations
> - http://www.hull.ac.uk/mri/lectures/gpl_page.html Gary P. Liney, Yorkshire
> Cancer Research
> - http://www.ece.unm.edu/~vcalhoun/courses/fMRI_Spring07/fmricourse.htm Vince
> D Calhoun, ECE595/CS591/PSYCH650
> - http://www.mri-tutorial.com/tutorials/mrphysics/tutorial_frontpage.php?rec_id=
> 21&table_id=tutorials
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> Well, I could go on forever here, but I have to go give this presentation now.
> 
> Looking forward to hearing other peoples favorite publicly accessible
> MRI physics
> teaching materials!
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