InternshipsSubsecond, submillimeter resolution functional MRI in humans
Subsecond, submillimeter resolution functional MRI in humans
Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI) is a very versatile medical imaging modality. The contrast in the images can reflect anything from the distribution of myelin to local brain responses to a task. To optimally benefit from the strength of the 7T system, many components need to be optimized: the hardware components, acquisition strategies and analysis pipelines. Our lab works on all these and has often spaces for interns interested in any of these aspects. Students with a background in physics, biomedical engineering, electrical engineering, AI or life sciences may apply.
We are currently looking for several motivated students with a physics, biomedical technology, neuroscience or comparable background for MSc projects or internships. Students with a background in (cognitive) neuroscience, psychology, AI, or similar may apply. Programming experience (MATLAB, Python) is desirable.
For additional information you can contact Prof. Dumoulin (firstname.lastname@example.org).
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