The purpose of the research project funded by ANR is to demonstrate the causal
links between structural and functional connectome alterations by using DTI and
rs-fMRI in mouse models of connectome alteration or stimulation. The structural
and functional connectome metrics generated for each individual will be used to
perform computational modeling of brain connectome using TVBM, in order to
generate predictions on the functional consequences of these alterations and to
examine them in vivo.
The ideal applicant should hold a Ph.D in a field related to MRI (Physics,
Biophysics, Biomedical Engineering, or Biology), have a strong background in
advanced MRI methods and brain anatomy, and experience in animal studies. A
significant hands-on experience with pre-clinical DTI and fMRI (acquisition and
post-processing) is required. An experience of preclinical rs-fMRI would be an
Contact info and applications:
Applicants should send their CV and cover letter to Dr Angele Viola. The cover letter should include a statement of
career goals and research interests, and contact information of 3 references.
CNRS, Aix-Marseille University, Marseille, France
La campagne se déroule jusqu'au 28 mai 2019 inclus.
We are seeking a sharp, enthusiastic, well-trained engineer who can contribute substantially to the development of a software dedicated to segmentation of MR images. The position is opened for 12 months at CRMBM (Centre de Résonance Magnétique Biologique et Médicale, http://crmbm.univ-amu.fr) a CNRS research unit located at the Timone University Hospital in Marseille and is supported by SATT Sud Est (https://www.sattse.com/) the valorization department of Aix Marseille University. The MSK team at CRMBM has developed over the last years a research activity related to the segmentation of MR images and more particularly from individual skeletal muscles. More recently, a patent has been obtained related to an algorithm based on multiple nonlinear registration processes and allowing to obtain a robust supervised segmentation of individual muscles in humans. SATT Sud Est is now supporting the project for a one-year maturation step