1. One Postdoctoral Fellow Position

The research topic will be the development of a comprehensive multi-modal human brain atlas of the older adult brain. Successful candidates should have a Ph.D. in Biomedical Engineering, Electrical Engineering, Medical Physics, Computer Science, or related discipline, research experience in image analysis, excellent communication and writing skills in English, and strong programming skills. Expertise in development of brain atlases, or functional and structural connectivity is a plus. Successful candidates should be highly-motivated, enthusiastic and detail-oriented, and should have an ability to work independently. For more information click here. To apply, email your CV and a cover letter summarizing your experience and interest in this position, along with the contact information of three references.


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2. One Postdoctoral Fellow Position

The research topic will be machine learning in neuroimaging studies of aging. Successful candidates should have a Ph.D. in Biomedical Engineering, Electrical Engineering, Medical Physics, Computer Science, or related discipline, research experience in machine learning, excellent communication and writing skills in English, and strong programming skills. Expertise in deep learning, or image analysis is a plus. Successful candidates should be highly-motivated, enthusiastic and detail-oriented, and should have an ability to work independently. For more information click here. To apply, email your CV and a cover letter summarizing your experience and interest in this position, along with the contact information of three references.


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3. One Ph.D. Position (Fall '19)

The research topic will be the development of human brain atlases and atlas construction methods. Successful candidates should have a strong background in Electrical or Biomedical Engineering, Computer Science, or Physics. A strong programming background (e.g. Matlab, C or C++) is required. Experience on medical image analysis is desirable. Please apply to the Ph.D. program in BME at IIT and include in your personal statement your desire to work with Dr. Arfanakis.


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4. One Ph.D. Position (Fall '19)

The research topic will be the development of MRI-based biomarkers of age-related brain pathologies. Successful candidates should have a strong background in Electrical or Biomedical Engineering, Computer Science, or Physics. Students with machine learning background are particularly encouraged to apply. A strong programming background (e.g. Matlab, C or C++) is required. Experience on medical image analysis is desirable. Please apply to the Ph.D. program in BME at IIT and include in your personal statement your desire to work with Dr. Arfanakis.


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5. One Undergraduate RA

Undergraduate students from BME, ECE, Physics, Psychology and other departments at IIT (any year) with an interest in brain imaging research are welcome to apply at any time by e-mail. Please submit your unofficial transcript along with your application. High GPA is required.


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ENVIRONMENT

The successful candidates will be part of a multidisciplinary team of researchers including MR physicists, biomedical engineers, electrical engineers, computer scientists, neurologists, neuropsychologists, neuropathologists, neuroradiologists, neurobiologists, and biostatisticians.

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