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MEG programmer position in Toronto
A full time position of a MEG Programmer is available at the Rotman
Research Institute in Toronto, Canada.
Auditory neuroscience is a main field of MEG research at the Rotman
The MEG programmer will be responsible for:
-- Performing all steps of advanced MEG data analysis;
-- Supporting scientists and students with their data analysis;
-- Developing new software tools;
-- Development of advanced data analysis tools which would include
improving MEG source analysis approaches;
-- Integrating imaging modalities and integrating experimental
procedures of MEG with eye tracking and TMS;
-- Training students and post-doctoral fellows in using MEG data
acquisition and data analysis
-- Maintaining the MEG equipment
-- M.Sc. degree in Physics, Biomedical Engineering, Electrical
Engineering, Computer Sciences or other relevant disciplines.
-- Advanced programming skills primarily for MATLAB, shell scripting,
and LINUX administration are essential, as well as a strong motivation
to improve and extend the skills in these fields
-- Familiarity with principles of signal processing in time and
frequency domain, statistical methods of data analysis
-- Previous experience with MEG/EEG data acquisition and analysis or
medical imaging analysis (e.g. fMRI) is highly desirable.
Bernhard Ross Ph.D.
Dept. of Medical Biophysics, University of Toronto
Baycrest Centre, Rotman Research Institute
3560 Bathurst Street
Toronto, ON, Canada M6A 2E1
phone: +1 416 785 2500 ext 2690
fax: +1 416 785 2862