[Neuroimaging] Research assistant position in Dr Doyon lab (McGill University, Montreal, QC, CA)
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Position Title: Research Assistant
Hiring Unit: – McConnell Brain Imaging Centre ‐ Montreal Neurological
Supervisor: Dr. Julien Doyon
Work Location: 3801 University, Montreal Neurological Institute
Hours/Week & Schedule: 35 hours/week; 9:00 – 5:00 – Monday to Friday
Hourly Wage: $27.87/hour (salary commensurate with experience)
Planned Start Date & End Date: ASAP – one year (renewable)
Deadline to Apply: February 8, 2019
*PRIMARY DUTIES *
We are looking to hire a research assistant to provide support to the
supervisor for all ongoing
research projects . Assist graduate students and postdoctoral fellows in
carrying out behavioral and neuroimaging studies in cognitive neuroscience,
and motor learning in particular. Develop, oversee and maintain data
analysis pipelines in conjunction with graduate students and postdoctoral
fellows. Supervise undergraduate students as well as casuals.
MSc degree in computer science or neuroscience with a strong coding
experience in Matlab and Python applied to neurosciences.
*OTHER QUALIFYING SKILLS & ABILITIES*
- Good proficiency using Matlab and coding in Python in neurosciences
(preferably in human brain imaging);
- Knowledge of neuroimaging software such as FreeSurfer, FSL, AFNI or
- Good communications skills in French or English (both ‐ preferred).
- Social and interpersonal skills.
- Team player and dedication to the work at hand.
- Ability to work autonomously and deliver on set deadlines.
- Willingness to learn new imaging and data analysis techniques.
- Experience in neurosciences research, preferably in brain and/or
spinal cord imaging and a good understanding of statistical analysis
pertaining to neuroimaging data will be an asset.
*HOW TO APPLY*
Please submit your application to: Dr Julien Doyon by email
*julien.doyon at mcgill.ca <julien.doyon at mcgill.ca> *
*McGill University is committed to equity in employment and diversity. It
welcomes applications from indigenous peoples, **visible minorities, ethnic
minorities, persons with disabilities, women, persons of minority sexual
orientations and gender **identities, and others who may contribute to
further diversification. *
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