We are looking for research assistants who are interested in helping push the boundaries of personalized brain stimulation from both a computational and a clinical perspective. These positions are intended for those with a bachelor’s degree.
Computational projects are focused on developing better methods for analyzing brain imaging and brain stimulation data. Qualified candidates should have a strong background in informatics, computer science, statistics, or other quantitative fields.
Clinical projects are focused on testing new approaches to transcranial magnetic stimulation in real-world human patients. This provides the opportunity to get hands-on patient care experience on a daily basis. Qualified candidates should have a strong background in biomedical sciences, ideally with prior experience in patient care settings.