Neuroimaging Data Analysis

Purpose of Position: The Educational Neuroimaging Center (ENIC) in the Technion is soliciting applications for a postdoctoral fellow position. ENIC focuses on revealing the neural circuits related to Literacy, Language and Reading in healthy developing children as well as in atypical developing children. We use neuroimaging tools such as functional and structural MRI, EEG, tDCS, and eye trackers to improve evaluation and treatment for children with language, literacy and reading difficulties, as well as developing new interventions, assessment tools and devices for this population.

Come join our team!

Current projects represent collaborations with Children’s hospitals in Israel and the US and focus on the fundamental of language, literacy and reading acquisitions and plasticity in healthy children and atypical developing children (illiterate children, children with dyslexia, with ADHD, with Epilepsy, with Psychiatric disorders and more).

We seek a motivated individual to assist and lead in all aspects of the research process including conducting research and clinical trials, analysis of behavioral, fMRI, sMRI, EEG. Eye-tracking and tDCS data, participation in the development of articles for publication, grant writing, and the mentoring and supervision of students and research assistants.


Qualifications include a PhD in cognitive neuroscience, physics, biomedical engineering, electrical engineering, computer sciences, or a related field; strong experimental and statistical skills; ability to work independently and within a team and strong verbal and written communication skills.

Primary Duties and Responsibilities

● Data collection

● Analysis of neuroimaging data using SPM, AFNI, FSL, FreeSurfer or other software

● Data management

● Management of lab operations

● General research and administrative duties

Necessary Qualifications

● PhD in biomedical engineering, electrical engineering, computer sciences, cognitive science, psychology, neuroscience, or related fields

● Strong programming skills (e.g., shell scripting, Matlab, Python)

● Strong data management skills

● Excellent organizational, interpersonal and communication (written and verbal) skills

Additional Highly Desirable Skills

· Prior research experience with human participants

· Technical experience in fMRI and functional connectivity MRI

· Experience with data-driven techniques (e.g., ICA, graph theory)

· Strong statistical (e.g., SPSS, R) and analytical skills

· Knowledge of neuroanatomy

· Experience in other imaging modalities (e.g., DTI, EEG, sMRI, fNIRS, MEG)

If interested, please send your CV and a brief statement of interests to Dr Tzipi Horowitz-Kraus at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

A postdoctoral position is available at the neurobiology department of the Weizmann Institute.

Our research focuses on dissecting neuronal circuits underlying vision in the retina and along the visual pathway, in health and disease.

We combine a variety of advanced techniques, including two-photon imaging and electrophysiology.

Highly motivated candidates, preferably with background in computational neuroscience, physics, engineering, electrophysiology or two-photon microscopy, please contact This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Lab website:


The Edmond and Lily Safra Center for Brain Sciences sees great importance in enabling international post-doctoral researchers to be part of its flourishing, multidisciplinary research environment and community at the Hebrew University, Jerusalem, Israel.

We are seeking talented and self-motivated candidates, who will devote themselves exclusively to research, in fields such as, theoretical and computational neuroscience, cognition, behavior, neuronal circuits, cellular, computational neuroscience, and molecular genetics, and whose aim is to reach scientific and professional independence.

Generous postdoctoral scholarships are granted to ELSC fellows, for a period of two years with an option to extend.

Candidates who wish to join our thriving brain-science endeavor are invited to browse ELSC’s website for detailed information and guidelines.

Closing date for applications: May 1, 2016

This person will be in charge of EEG and fMRI data analysis. Including implementation of advance computational neuroscience methods, statistical data analysis and machine learning methods.

A qualified candidate should have the following skills:

· A degree in Bio-medical engineering\computational neuroscience\bio-informatics or equivalent

· Strong Matlab skills

· Background in neuroscience

· Background in machine learning and signal processing

· ​​​Experience with EEG or fMRI analysis tools, STATISTICA/SPSS is an advantage

The Position is 75% to full time. ​May be suitable for students at the end of their graduate studies.

Please send your CV to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Starting date:01.04.2016   Application deadline:15.02.2016

Duration: 30 + 6 month  Institution: Friedrich-Alexander-University of Erlangen-Nuremberg

Department: Department of Psychiatry and Psychotherapy

Contact Information

Prof. Christian P. Müller
Schwabachanlage 6
91054 Erlangen

Phone: +49-(0)9131-85-36896

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The group of Prof. C.P. Müller at the Psychiatric and Psychotherapeutic University Hospital of the Friedrich-Alexander-University Erlangen-Nuremberg (FAU) is offering a doctoral position (PhD) with a thematic focus on the neurobiology of alcohol- and methamphetamine addiction. The project investigates the role of the Swiprosin-1/EFhd2 in resilience to drug addictionand will be performed in collaboration with PD Dr. D. Mielenz and Prof. C. Alzheimer. The goal of this project is to investigate the role of EFhd2 in the rewarding effects of alcohol and methamphetamine and compare them with its role in natural reinforcer processing in mice. We will identify the brain areas and pathways in which EFhd2 is causally active in these processes using mouse mutants and viral vector mediated gene rescue. Furthermore, it is the goal to understand the mechanisms by which EFhd2 controls the neurochemical and electrophysiological responses in the brain that are associated with acute and chronic drug exposure, as well as to understand the role of EFhd2 in chronic adaptations to alcohol and methamphetamine at the level of gene expression (RNA Seq). Our lab has profound expertise in neurochemical, behavioral, and molecular biological techniques related to drug addiction as well as a long history in research on the neurochemical mechanisms of drug effects. The project is funded by the Interdisciplinary Center for Clinical Research (IZKF) of the FAU and offers a participation in the IZKF doctoral student academy with all its benefits. We are looking for an enthusiastic scientist with a background in molecular medicine, psychology, biology, or physiology who is interested in experimental work with mice. Experience in the analysis of mouse behavior is required. Applicants are invited to send a copy of their curriculum vitae, list of publications, a statement of research interests and a letter of recommendation by e-mail directly to C.P. Müller (This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.).

The Department of Psychology together with the Agricultural, Biological and Cognitive Robotics (ABC) Robotics initiative at Ben-Gurion University of the Negev ( invites outstanding scientists for a tenure-track position in interdisciplinary robotics at the rank of Assistant, Associate, or Full Professor. The ABC center and its 50 faculty from various departments focus on interdisciplinary research that synergizes robotics with other fields to facilitate innovative designs and new types of algorithms for the robots of the future - machines that can "think for themselves" and intelligently cooperate with humans and the environment. We are especially interested in candidates who conduct research at the crossroads between robotics and various subfields of psychology including emotion and motivation, social psychology, developmental psychology, clinical psychology and cognitive psychology.

The successful candidate will be a faculty in the Department of Psychology and affiliated with the ABC Robotics center. He/she will be expected to conduct an internationally recognized, independent, and externally funded research program in interdisciplinary robotics while supervising graduate students and teaching undergraduate and graduate courses.

Ben-Gurion University of the Negev is a comprehensive, research-oriented university with over 20,000 students and 850 faculty members. It is nationally and internationally recognized for its interdisciplinary research and academic programs in the traditional and emerging areas of applied and basic sciences. The Department of Psychology includes over 20 faculty members, 900 undergraduate students and over 100 graduate students who publish extensively in top professional journals and often continue on to prestigious post-doctoral and faculty positions. The department includes 4 graduate programs: Clinical, Social, Cognition and Brain, and Developmental Psychology.

Candidates must hold a Ph.D. from an internationally recognized institution, typically have completed post doctoral training, and have a strong record of scholarly achievement commensurate with the rank at which the person will be hired.

Applications should be sent to Prof. Gary Diamond, Chair, This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. and should include: (a) CV (education, occupation, experience, awards, publications, grants, presentations, mentoring); (b) Statement of research interests and objectives including long term goals; (c) Statement of teaching interests; (d) Contact information for three or more references; (e) Reprints of most representative work (3-5 papers).

PhD or postdoc positions in Neuroscience at the Hebrew university

Laboratory of Mati Joshua

Applications are invited for MA, doctoral students or postdoc in neuroscience. The successful applicant will join a research group studying the neural mechanisms of the control of voluntary eye movements using a combination of computational and experimental techniques. Research in our laboratory involves computational models of the nervous system as well as behavioral experiments, and multi-electrode recording from the cerebral cortex and subcortical regions of behaving animals. Depending on the applicant's qualifications and interests, they will help to design and conduct behavioral and neurophysiological experiments, analyze data, develop theoretical models of neural systems, prepare manuscripts for publication, and participate in international conferences.

While students with a strong background in mathematics, computer science, or biological sciences are particularly encouraged to apply, all motivated students with an interest in understanding the brain will be considered. The successful applicant will receive a competitive salary in accordance with university guidelines. For further information, please contact Dr. Mati Joshua (This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.)

Dr. Mati Joshua

Edmond and Lily Safra Center for Brain Sciences, the Hebrew University, Jerusalem,

Phone: 02-6757071


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Positions description:

The Nanobioelectronics Laboratory has several available positions for PhD, MSc, and Undergraduate students as well as Post-doctoral research fellows, effective October 2015. The positions are geared towards the development of bio-microsystems technology, materials, devices and systems for (A) Molecular sensing for neurological health management, (B) Wearable devices for personalized health monitoring in IoT, (C) Bioelectric treatment for infectious microbial biofilms. Successful candidates should hold or pursue degree in Engineering Sciences (Biomedical, Electrical, Materials, Mechanical, Chemical) or Natural Sciences (Physics, Chemistry, Life Sciences), with strong written and verbal communication skills in English, supported by a strong track record of peer-reviewed journal publications and conference presentations in accordance with level of experience. The research areas of focus span the fields of engineering, biology, electrochemistry, and materials science and involve collaborative work with clinical teams. The candidate will be expected to work independently, publish scholarly papers and attend international conferences, and take on a mentorship role for undergraduate students.

Preferred Qualifications:

· Self-motivation

· Experience with biosensors, bioelectronics, microfluidics, and signal processing desired, but not required

· Experience with electrochemical characterization techniques

· Background in MEMS design and microfabrication processes will be considered a plus

· Background in materials synthesis, characterization, and lab-on-a-chip device integration will be considered a plus

· The desire to work in a collaborative, dynamic, interdisciplinary, and international team.

Common additional desired qualifications are: (a) strong aptitude and demonstrated expertise in hands-on experimental research, (b) prior student/post-doc mentoring experience, (c) familiarity with grant proposal preparation.

Interested candidates should send a curriculum vitae along with a short statement of research interests to Dr. Hadar Ben-Yoav (This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.). Please also advise the website of the Kreitman School of Advanced Studies for information about PhD and Postdoc procedures and competitive scholarships @BGU.

About the Nanobioelectronics Laboratory (

The Nanobioelectronics Laboratory (NBEL) in the Department of Biomedical Engineering at the Ben-Gurion University of the Negev was established in 2015. The focus is on integrating functional biomaterials with micro- and nano- systems for monitoring of chemical and biological markers and their utilization onto the next generation of mobile and network real-world personalized health monitoring applications. A centerpiece of the current research efforts is biosensing systems development and integration to provide holistic solutions for real-world use. The focus of our work is aimed specifically at in-vivo and in-vitro clinical applications