[Neuroimaging] Fundend PhD scholarship @IIT/CIMeC (Rovereto)

ludovico coletta ludob60 at gmail.com
Mon Mar 19 06:39:28 EDT 2018

Dear all,

The Functional Neuroimaging lab at the Istituto Italiano di Tecnologia (
https://www.iit.it/research/lines/functional-neuroimaging), Rovereto
(Italy), invites applications for one PhD scholarship to investigate the
dynamics of functional connectivity under resting-conditions, and upon
cell-type selective neurostimulation.

The successful candidate will have a MSc in neuroscience, biotechnology,
computer science, physics, or equivalent. Proficiency in image processing
and analysis (Matlab, R, Python), and/or in vivo electrophysiology is
highly recommended. This four-year studentship aims to provide the student
with a thorough training in conducting research at the interface of
biomedical imaging, computational image analysis, and experimental
neuroscience. The studentship is part of the international doctoral school
in cognitive and brain sciences, in partnership with the University of
Trento (http://web.unitn.it/en/cimec/). Final admission to the doctoral
school entails a competitive selection process, as per the school
regulations (

The Istituto Italiano di Tecnologia (IIT) is a private law Foundation,
created with the objective of promoting Italy's technological development
and higher education in science and technology. Research at IIT is
interdisciplinary and addresses basic and applied science through the
development of novel technical applications. The Functional Neuroimaging
lab is located a the Center for Neuroscience and Cognitive Sciences (CNCS)
@UNITN in Rovereto, Italy, one of the research nodes set up by IIT. The
CNCS is an interdisciplinary research center dedicated to the investigation
of the brain at multiple scales.

Please send your application (full CV, two academic referees, copy of
master degree thesis, statement of research interest) by email to
alessandro.gozzi at iit.it *no later than May 26th, 2018*.
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