The Department of Radiology at the University of Washington is recruiting for a full-time, faculty member at the level of Assistant Professor to join the Integrated Brain Imaging Center (IBIC). This is a multi-year appointment on a twelve-month service period.
The mission of IBIC is to focus interdisciplinary scientific expertise in human neuroimaging, cognitive neuroscience, and medicine across colleges and departments at the University of Washington. IBIC is organized around a critical mass of interdisciplinary investigators, who are mutually invested in developing and maintaining shared technical resources, and who share a commitment to excellence and discovery in human neuroscience using imaging approaches. Integration of multiple brain imaging modalities, imaging informatics, and technical innovation are of particular interest to IBIC investigators. The successful candidate will have access to and use 3T MRI, EEG, PET, and simultaneous MRI/EEG and will have a demonstrated interest in neurodegenerative brain disease causing dementia.
The successful candidate will be expected to contribute to the mission of IBIC and to develop and maintain an independent funded research program, with a focus on MRI modalities including vascular MRI, and degenerative brain disease. Applications from MD and PhD (or foreign equivalent) scientists from basic or clinical cognitive neuroscience, imaging physics and/or engineering, computer science and informatics will be considered. Individuals with interdisciplinary credentials, multimodal image processing expertise, and/or a vision for innovative approaches to imaging vascular processes and integrity with fMRI are especially encouraged to apply.
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