Open Positions for Software Development and Translational Brain Research

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Several positions are currently available that are part of two awarded EU FP7 Health Research and Innovation projects in which Brain Innovation participates as a small enterprise (SME). The tasks of Brain Innovation in the BRAINTRAIN project involve the translation of (combined) real-time fMRI and EEG neurofeedback into clinical applications and medical products. In the project IMAGEMEND, Brain Innovation will be involved in the development of advanced pattern classification tools for large available imaging genetics and neuroimaging data sets as well as in the development of individualised fMRI neurofeedback tools. The developed specialised clinical products will be based on relevant core features of Brain Innovation's software packages Turbo-BrainVoyager and BrainVoyager QX.

Prof. Rainer Goebel will coordinate the overall aims of the projects and guides integration of research and software development. The conducted work will also be integrated in the research program of Rainer Goebel that is conducted at the Maastricht Brain Imaging Center. The projects will use facilities of a new advanced MRI lab operated by Scannexus that is equipped with 3 Tesla, 7 Tesla and 9.4 Tesla human MRI scanners provided by Siemens Medical. Brain Innovation also houses an advanced TMS lab and will soon have an MR-compatible EEG system as well as high-performance computing servers and workstations. The Brain Innovation office space, Maastricht Brain Imaging Center and Scannexus faciliites are located at the same location in a recently completed building complex (see picture below).

For more information about the EU grants, the various open positions, tasks, requirements and application deadline, select one of the links below:

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