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

Donna Dierker donna at brainvis.wustl.edu
Fri Feb 5 08:14:33 CST 2010


I see job postings all the time on other lists (e.g., Freesurfer, FSL,
SPM), and I view them as useful.

Ads for viagra, etc. are less welcome. ;-)

> Sorry, I'm not sure whether I can put an advertisement here. If not,
> please inform me and I won't do it again.
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> Thanks.
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> Job description:
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> 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.
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> Qualifications:
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> ¡¤         A Ph. D in Psychology, NeuroImaging or related field
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> ¡¤         Knowledge in statistical analysis is necessary
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> ¡¤         Good communication skills in English language
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> If you are interested in the jobs listed below, please send your CV to
>
> Dr.  Anqi QIU
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> Division of Bioengineering
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> National University of Singapore
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> Email: bieqa at nus.edu.sg
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> Phone: +(65) 6516 7002
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>>    1. Lecture Notes for Basic MRI Physics (Donna Dierker)
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>> Date: Wed, 03 Feb 2010 09:40:41 -0600
>> 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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>>
>> ---------- Forwarded message ----------
>> 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
>> To: noreply at www.nitrc.org
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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.
>>
>> 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:
>>
>> - 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
>>
>> 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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