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Position: Research Assistant I - Computational Neuroscience Stamoulis Lab
Institution: Children's Hospital Boston
Location: Boston, Massachusetts, United States
Duties: The Computational Neuroscience Laboratory is seeking a highly motivated, full-time Research Assistant to work on a project at the intersection of Computational Neuroscience, Engineering and Computer Science. The project aims to quantify neural maturation in the adolescent human brain, using Big Data and cutting-edge computational tools. This is an excellent opportunity to work at a Harvard Medical School teaching hospital, become involved in Computational Cognitive Neuroscience, and learn new computational techniques
Requirements: Bachelor of Science in degree in Neuroscience, Biological/Biomedical Engineering, Electrical Engineering (focus on Signal/Image Processing), or Physics; Experience in Matlab programming is a requirement; Coursework in systems/cognitive Neuroscience; Coursework in basic statistics; Experience in brain signal and/or image processing (EEG, fMRI, MEG)
   
Text: Research Assistant I - Computational Neuroscience Stamoulis Lab The Computational Neuroscience Laboratory is seeking a highly motivated, full-time Research Assistant to work on a project at the intersection of Computational Neuroscience, Engineering and Computer Science. The project aims to quantify neural maturation in the adolescent human brain, using Big Data and cutting-edge computational tools. This is an excellent opportunity to work at a Harvard Medical School teaching hospital, become involved in Computational Cognitive Neuroscience, and learn new computational techniques Bachelor of Science in degree in Neuroscience, Biological/Biomedical Engineering, Electrical Engineering (focus on Signal/Image Processing), or Physics; Experience in Matlab programming is a requirement; Coursework in systems/cognitive Neuroscience; Coursework in basic statistics; Experience in brain signal and/or image processing (EEG, fMRI, MEG)
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