Postdoctoral Research Fellow
Neuroimaging using optical and magnetic resonance techniques has enabled anatomical, connectional, and functional imaging of the brain that has revolutionized medical research. The University of Minnesota’s College of Science & Engineering and the Medical School received a NIH training grant to support postdoctoral trainees across the United States who are interested in becoming leaders in neuroimaging research.
We have established a new fellowship program called,
Minnesota Neuroimaging Postdoctoral Fellowship Program. Each fellow will receive a stipend starting at $54,840 and support for travel, tuition, and health costs for a total of up to $70,000 per year in financial support for a two-year fellowship experience working in a neuroimaging laboratory at the University of Minnesota. The recipients primary research will be conducted on a multi-disciplinary project that combines their background with another field with the express goal of developing new neuroimaging technologies. Once recipients are selected, they will be matched with two neuroimaging mentors of over forty faculty affiliated with the NIH training grant.
NIH requires all applicants must be U.S. citizens or a noncitizen national of the United States or have been lawfully admitted for permanent residence at the time of appointment.
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We will be accepting applications until December 15, 2022 by 5 pm (Central Time).
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A major goal for this fellowship is to increase diversity in neuroimaging and train future researchers within the neuroimaging field. The aim is to provide recipients with multidisciplinary skills in neuroimaging technology, development in advanced biomedical applications, guidance in career development, and social/networking support through this intensive program.
If you have any questions please email: MNNeuroimaging@umn.edu.