Intern/Summer - Computational Neuroscience in Surrey

Intern/Summer - Computational Neuroscience

Job description

Looking for a highly motivated undergraduate student for a paid 8-10 week summer internship at the Computational Neuroscience Laboratory at Boston Children's Hospital.

The intern will be involved in analysis of neuroimaging and behavioral data. The position will involve the analysis of fMRI and behavioral data. This is an excellent opportunity learn cutting-edge computational techniques in Neuroscience.

Duties:

  • The summer intern I will be responsible for: Data preparation, signal analysis, Matlab programming and basic statistical analysis.

  • To qualify, you must:
  • Be an undergraduate student pursuing a bachelor of science degree in Neuroscience, Biological Engineering or Electrical Engineering. Rising junior/senior preferred
  • Experience in Matlab programming required.
  • Experience with human neuroimaging data analysis preferred
  • Experience with fMRI data analysis preferred
  • Interest in Neuroscience and the Social Sciences and experience in computational neuroscience and/or neuroimaging are heavily preferred.

  • The intern is expected to work 40 h/week.

    Boston Children's Hospital is an Equal Opportunity / Affirmative Action Employer. Qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to their race, color, religion, national origin, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, protected veteran status or disability.

    Extra information

    Status
    Open
    Education Level
    Other
    Location
    Surrey
    Working hours per week
    4 - 40
    Type of Contract
    Casual / Part Time Jobs
    Published at
    05-02-2021
    Profession Sub-category
    Customer Service
    Full UK/EU driving license preferred
    No
    Car Preferred
    No
    Must be eligible to work in the EU
    No
    Cover Letter Required
    No
    Languages
    English

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