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National University of Singapore - Neurocognition and brain development in infants and toddlers

posted Aug 25, 2013, 5:29 PM by Bradley Harden
National University of Singapore (NUS) is a leading global university centre in Asia. It offers a global approach to education and research,with a focus on Asian perspectives and expertise. Computation functional anatomy laboratory at NUS (http://www.bioeng.nus.edu.sg/cfa) focuses on brain and cognition studies using neuroimaging techniques. Our group is leading a large-scale longitudinal infant neuroimaging project from birth in Singapore. The project examines neurocognition using EEG and eye trackers and brain development using diffusion tensor imaging (DTI), resting-state fMRI, and structural MRI. Thus far, we have collected both functional and anatomical imaging data of 200 newborns and their follow-up at six months. The follow-up scanning at 4, 6, and 8 years will start soon. We are looking for a research fellow who is interested in developing and (or) employing pattern recognition approaches to understand the relationship of the brain with psychopathology in early life. We offer high salary with medical and other benefits.

Requirements:
•       Ph. D or MD
•       Research background on infant brain is preferable but necessary
•       Knowledge in statistical analysis is necessary
•       Good communication and writing skills in English language

If you are interested in the jobs listed above, please send your CV to
Associate Prof. Anqi QIU
Department of Bioengineering
National University of Singapore
Email: bieqa@nus.edu.sg
Phone: +(65) 6516 7002
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