Philadelphia, Philadelphia County
Feb 28, 2014
Administrative Jobs
Technology, IT Support & Training
Employment Type
Full Time

Duties: The Brain Behavior Laboratory at the University of Pennsylvania is seeking a full time Junior Neuroimaging Programmer/Analyst to join our team. This position offers a highly interdisciplinary research experience, combining approaches from graph theory, cognitive neuroscience, and statistics with neuroimaging. The programmer/analyst will have the opportunity to participate in major methodological and analytic developments in the use of functional neuroimaging to study the structural and functional brain activity and connectivity from high-dimensional, multimodal imaging datasets. This position will be responsible for working with principal investigators, post-docs, and technical staff to analyze imaging data, implement new fMRI tasks, and create neuroimaging analysis pipelines. Specifically, the applicant will be responsible for implementing analysis software to analyze neuroimaging data, including both subject and group level regression analyses.

Qualifications: A Bachelor's Degree in science or engineering, such as Biomed Engineering, Cognitive Neuroscience, Computer Science, Statistics or other related field is required. Excellent technical skills are essential including fluency in Linux operating system use, proficiency in scripting languages (Bash preferred), and familiarity with technical computing packages like Matlab/R. Ideally candidate would have substantial experience with one or more imaging software packages such as FSL (preferred), Freesurfer, AFNI, or SPM. Prior experience with ePrime or Presentation is a plus. Candidate should be highly organized, self-motivated, and possess excellent problem solving skills and the ability to prioritize and work with deadlines. Position contingent upon funding.

Reference Number: 40-16934

Salary Grade: 025

Employment Type: Non-Exempt

Org: PS-Neuropsychiatry

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Job Family: V-Clerical Information Systems/Technology