Assistant Professor in Networks in Neuroscience and Biology
The candidate is expected:
To conduct research relevant to IMT's strategy and contribute to the overall research performance of the School, carrying out research leading to the publishing of work in high-quality journals.
To generate independent and original research within the specialist areas listed below and to contribute to the overall research performance of the School by publishing in leading international journals and conferences, by producing measurable outputs including bidding for funding and by recruiting and supervising postgraduate research students.
The candidate is expected to conduct research in the areas relevant to Network group, including: Advanced processing of neuroimaging data; complex network modeling of temporally dynamic, spatially embedded and multilevel organized brain's structural and functional architecture in neurological diseases, psychiatric disorders and healthy patients; advanced investigation of mental illness comorbidities; network modeling of genetic informed neuroimaging analysis.
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