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Research Senior Staff or Junior Faculty Position

Rank TBD of Radiology
Location:     Baltimore, Maryland. United States
Posted: 2011-01-05 13:05:20
Open from: 2011-01-05 to 2011-07-01
Listing web link: http://
A research senior staff or junior faculty position is available, depending on prior training, experience, publications, and aspiration, in the neuroreceptor imaging laboratory and Section of High Resolution Brain PET imaging in the Department of Radiology at the Johns Hopkins Hospital/School of Medicine in Baltimore, MD. The neuroreceptor imaging laboratory conducts research using PET, SPECT, structural MRI, and functional MRI, to investigate brain chemistry and activity, especially as they relates to neuropsychiatric and substance abuse disorders and cognitive neuroscience. The applicant will participate in manuscript and grant preparation as part of the laboratory projects (with the possibility of a mini-project or future independent project); and assist in lab management/scientific endeavors including study design and analysis, new protocol development, and supervision of staff on complex recruitment issues involving psychiatric and neurologic patients, and others with substance abuse disorders and cognitive impairments. Applicants should have a Masterís or Ph.D., or M.D./Ph.D., or equivalent degrees. Proficient English writing and speaking skills are required. A background or strong interest in Psychopharmacology, or Physiological Psychology, or Psychiatry/Clinical Psychology, or Cognitive Neuroscience is required. Neuroimaging experience is helpful. Salary is commensurate with experience and training. Applicants can begin as early as February 2011. Submit a CV and statement of intent to Dean F. Wong, M.D., Ph.D., by email to It is preferable that the CV and statement are sent by email as attachments.

For more information contact:
Dean F. Wong, M.D., Ph.D.
Phone: 410-955-8433

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