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Position ID# 20002286
Work collaboratively with the Principal Investigator and research staff to perform MRI experiments to study traumatic brain and/or spinal cord injury. Analyze neuroimaging data and compile results. Expand knowledge of the grant submission process and look for opportunities to submit grants specific to post-doctoral studies.
1. Coordinate research study activities; lead and manage projects.
2. Perform MRI experiments to study the effects of traumatic brain and/or spinal cord injury.
3. Conduct analysis of neuroimaging data.
4. Collaborate with scientists and research staff in the basic science laboratories that perform biomechanistic, behavioral, and histological procedures.
5. Participate in meetings with principle investigator and research staff and evaluate/interpret the validity of data, develop methodologies, evaluate lab procedures.
6. May oversee the work of laboratory personnel including training and development as well as daily work direction/delegation/prioritizing.
7. Write, edit, analyze and interpret scientific information for public and governmental progress reports, grant submissions, publications in scientific journals, and presentations.
Perform other duties as assigned
MINIMUM POSITION QUALIFICATIONS
Appropriate education and/or experience may be substituted on equivalent basis
Education: PhD in Biomedical Engineering, Radiology, Neuroscience or related field
Experience: Strong background in MRI physics, MRI data acquisition, and computational analysis of MRI data is essential. Knowledge of RF-coil design, Bruker pulse programming, and animal handling is desired, but not essential.
KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, & ABILITIES
Knowledge of scientific approach and methodologies. Ability to develop and follow research methodology and protocol. Knowledge of current technological developments/trends in area of expertise. Ability to read, understand, follow and enforce safety procedures. Ability to design, organize, and coordinates scientific research projects.