We are looking for clinical and postdoctoral fellows who are interested in learning about brain circuit-based therapeutics for mental illness. Successful candidates will receive an academic appointment at Harvard Medical School, even if the candidate chooses to work remotely.
Projects may include either computational or clinical work. Computational projects are focused on data-driven modeling of human brain circuitry in mental illness. Clinical projects are focused on personalized approaches to psychiatric neuromodulation.
Qualified candidates include those who have completed a doctorate-level degree and/or relevant clinical training, including:
MD/DO with residency in psychiatry, neurology, or a related discipline
PhD in fields related to brain/mind sciences (such as neuroscience, psychology, or cognitive sciences) or quantitative/computational sciences (such as bioinformatics, biomedical engineering, or computer science).