magnetic resonance imaging, elettroencefalografia, EEG-fMRI approach, brain connectivity
Excellent Research and Teaching Experience in the field of high-field magnetic resonance imaging combined with electroencephalography, in particular applied to the study of brain connectivity in cognitive and clinical neurosciences. Teaching experience at PhD level in national and international contexts is also required.
Prospective candidates have to teach in the integrated course of "Advanced Neuroimaging (multimodal imaging)" (8 hours of a 34 hours course), supervise and tutor PhD students. The overall goal of the course is to introduce some of the most advanced techniques for multimodal brain data acquisition (i.e., fMRI-EEG) and processing using (ultra) high-field magnetic resonance imaging, even combined with other modality (such as EEG). These hours of the course aims at presenting high field MRI in combination with EEG for a multimodal data acquisition applied to neuroscience. In addition, the lecture should provide an introduction to data process pertaining to all aspects of anatomical, functional, and causal connections between distinct brain areas.
- Degree and PhD in (Bio)engineering, Psychology, Neuroscience or related topics
- International academic and professional experience;
- excellent publication record;
- former teaching experience (PhD level) in English.
Academic Year: 2021/2022
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- Personal info and contact info (compulsory)
- A scanned copy of a valid identity document (Passport or Identity Card - compulsory);
- Your CV in English (compulsory).