Jobs Posted on the Whova Community Board of 2022 ISPNE Annual Meeting
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3 PhD positions and 1 post-doc position
(m/f/d) with a focus on Affective Disorders, Early Adverse Events,
Multimodal Neuroimaging & Digital Mental Health.
Department of Psychiatry and Psychotherapy, Jena University Hospital The advertised positions are available in the groups of Translational Psychiatry
(Prof. N. Opel) and Neuroimaging of Adversity and Affective Psychopathologies
(Dr. L. Colic). The groups and the department use a combination of deep
phenotyping and multimodal (3T and 7T MR Scanners, EEG, fNIRS)
neuroimaging with the goal of understanding the mechanism and aetiology of
affective and anxiety disorders and tailoring more effective treatments.
Successful candidates will take part in training in the field of transdisciplinary
affective psychiatry, collecting and analysing data in on-going projects.
Importantly, candidates will be encouraged to develop their own research ideas.
Salary is according to German TV-L E13. The Jena University Hospital has
research dedicated 3T MR scanners, EEG, and a tDCS setup and is one of the six
sites of the newly founded “German Centre for Mental Health”.
Candidates should have (on the date of employment) a master’s degree or
equivalent (for the PhD positions) or a PhD degree (for the post-doc position),
practical experience in the fields of clinical or cognitive psychology,
neuroscience, computer science, or a related field, good communication skills
and motivation to work in an international, dynamic and interdisciplinary
environment. Experience in neuroimaging analysis, statistical modelling, and
programming is a plus. The positions are available from now on and the
interested candidates are welcome to submit their applications (CV, letter of
motivation and two references) to firstname.lastname@example.org and email@example.com
PhD fellowship in psychology investigating the effects of intranasal oxytocin administration on learning and neural activity in youth with autism using electroencephalogram
Oslo University Hospital **NOTE**
This is a draft of an advertisement that will soon be posted online for a December start. If you’re interested, please notify me via firstname.lastname@example.org and I can let you know when the advertisement and job application form is available
A funded 3-year PhD fellowship in psychology is available in the Norwegian Centre of Expertise for Neurodevelopmental Disorders and Hypersomnias at the Department of Rare Disorders and Disabilities, Oslo University Hospital, Oslo, Norway.
The main objective of this PhD project is to investigate the effects of intranasal oxytocin administration on learning and neural activity in youth with autism using electroencephalogram. This role will involve the coordination of a randomized controlled trial, including participant recruitment and testing, under the supervision of an experienced team. This project is based on previous work in our group that suggests that oxytocin administration can modulate cognition in both autistic and neurotypical individuals. The successful applicant will join a group that is closely linked with the KG Jebsen Centre for Neurodevelopmental Disorders, Department of Psychology, and NORMENT (University of Oslo). The successful candidate will also have the opportunity to travel to international conferences to present work from the project.
• Applicants must hold a Master’s degree (or equivalent) in psychology (or equivalent). One such example of an equivalent qualification is a Cand.Med. degree. • Practical experience with autistic youth is an advantage • Practical experience with electroencephalogram is an advantage • Practical experience with intervention studies is an advantage • Experience with open science practices is an advantage • Excellent written and oral communication skills in English is required • Excellent written and oral communication skills in Norwegian is a strong advantage
multiple tenured/tenure track positions in sociogenomics (all ranks)
Purdue University Multiple scholars in Sociogenomics, including existing groups of investigators, to assemble a new world-leading cohort of approximately 15 faculty.
2 positions University of Minnesota
University of Minnesota ERP/behavioral technician:
The Masonic Institute for the Developing Brain is hiring a Research Technician who will work with the Measurement and Human Phenotyping Core to acquire electrophysiologic and behavioral data from infants and children for MIDB research projects (including the HBCD study). Candidates must have at least one year experience collecting research data and/or conducting research visits with developmental populations. Experience with acquisition of electrophysiological (EEG, ERP) data and administering behavioral and cognitive assessments preferred.
The Masonic Institute for the Developing Brain is seeking an Administrative Associate with a special combination of advanced administrative skills and professionalism to support multiple MIDB executives and research functions in our growing program. This position interacts with all levels of the organization and requires a high degree of professional communication and interpersonal skills. The Administrative Associate will work closely with MIDB’s Chief Scientific Offer (CSO), Clinical Research Coordinator (CRC), and research core faculty in organizing and managing research-related activities at MIDB.
NIH Postdoctoral Fellow within the National Institute of Mental Health Intramural Research Program to work on a longitudinal study investigating the association between the endocrine and neurobiological events accompanying puberty. Experience with multimodal neuroimaging is recommended but not required.