Wednesday, April 2, 2008



A postdoctoral fellowship dedicated to neuroimaging studies of higher level language processing and functional recovery in aphasia is available in the Language Section, NIDCD, NIH Intramural Program, Bethesda, MD

We conduct multimodal imaging studies using hemodynamic (fMRI, PET) and electrophysiological (EEG, MEG) techniques. An ideal candidate would have experience with one or more of these, or other functional imaging methods, and a strong interest in using them to study brain-language relationships

A PhD or MD degree is required. Knowledge of MRI or MEG and/or experience in statistical methods, computer programming or image processing is strongly preferred. The fellowship carries an initial contract of two years with an option to renew. The typical duration of such a fellowship is three to five years.

Allen R. Braun, M.D.
Chief, Language Section
National Institute on Deafness
and Other Communication Disorders
National Institutes of Health
Building 10, Room 8S235A
Bethesda, Maryland 20892

Phone: 301-402-1497
Fax_ 301-451-5353

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