Job Posting (MN): Assistant Professor (non-tenure track)

Kirt Schaper kirt at
Thu Nov 21 16:45:19 EST 1996

Assistant Professor -- Non-Tenure Track 
The Department of Neurology at the University of Minnesota is seeking
an M.D. or Ph.D. neuroscientist with postdoctoral training in
functional neuroimaging to join an international NIH-funded research
consortium. The successful candidate will participate in the design
and performance of PET and functional MRI (fMRI) studies and the
analysis of neuroimaging datasets using multivariate statistical
techniques. He/she will be expected to collaborate with consortium
researchers in the US, Japan and Denmark and to carry out independent
research in neuroscience or neuroinformatics related to the stated
goals of the Human Brain Project (HBP). For more information about the
Minneapolis VA Medical Center/University of Minnesota PET program and
the University of Minnesota HBP PET-fMRI research program, see .
Applicants must be eligible for employment at the Assistant Professor
level. In addition to an M.D. or Ph.D. degree in neuroscience,
neurophysiology, neuropsychology or related discipline and at least
two years of relevant postdoctoral research experience, all applicants
should have demonstrated expertise in functional neuroimaging (PET
and/or fMRI), a working knowledge of statistics, and experience with
IDL or C program development on a UNIX platform.  A CV and
bibliography and three references must be received by David A.
Rottenberg, M.D. , VA Medical Center (11P), Minneapolis, MN 55417
before February 15, 1997.
The University of Minnesota is an Equal Opportunity Employer and

Kirt Schaper               | Bell: (612) 725-2000 x4791
PET Imaging Service (11P)  |  net: kirt at
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