PhD in neuroimaging genomics / psychiatric genomics

Type de poste
Niveau d'étude minimal
Dates
Durée du poste
Contrat renouvelable
Contrat renouvelable
Détails de renouvellement
2 ans renouvelable en fonction des besoins du projet.
Date de prise de fonction
Date de fin de validité de l'annonce
Localisation
Adresse

3175 Chemin de la Côte-Sainte-Catherine
Montréal QC H3T 1C5
Canada

Contacts
Sébastien Jacquemont
Guillaume Huguet
Charles-Olivier Martin
Laura Peyras
Email du/des contacts
sebastien.jacquemont@gmail.com
guillaumeaf.huguet@gmail.com
charles-olivier.martin@umontreal.ca
laura.peyras.recherche@gmail.com
Description

The laboratory of Sébastien Jacquemont is working with several international consortia on projects mapping the relationship between genomic variants, cognition, behavior, brain structure and functional connectivity.
We are recruiting a talented PhD student or a postdoctoral researcher with a background in either cognitive neuroscience, neuroimaging or computational biology.

Requirements:
The ideal candidate holds a master in cognitive neuroscience, computational biology, genomics, statistics / machine learning. They should have knowledge in coding using either R, Python, Matlab, etc.

Nature of the research:
We aim at identifying the relationship between genomic variation, Brain structure and functional connectivity.
To this mean, the student will use general population and psychiatric cohorts with cognitive, neuroimaging and genomic data. This mega-dataset includes between 30000 and 400000 individuals for the neuroimaging and cognitive data respectively. Depending on interest and background, the student will analyse either the cognitive, neuroimaging or genomic data. Collaborations with other students in the lab will allow to perform analyses across modalities.

Environment :
The lab and the research center offer a stimulating and international environment. The close collaboration between labs will allow students to gain expertise in several disciplines such as genomics, neuroimaging and psychiatry.
Students will attend summer schools on specific topics as well as train in a collaborating laboratories abroad to gain additional expertise. They are expected to present their research at international conferences.

Positions are available now and will remain open during the next year.

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