Undergraduate Research Opportunities
Opportunities are available from October 2003 with faculty
members of the new bioimaging facility on the Medical School campus.
Our labs investigate the functional organization of the brain using
fMRI and diffusion tensor imaging (DTI) at high magnetic fields (3
Tesla). Research opportunities are available in all aspects of
fMRI/DTI, such as: stimulus design, pulse sequencing, MR imaging and
data analysis. MATLAB and/or C++ skills are highly desirable, but not a
MUST. Publications are likely to result from the student's work. This
project is currently funded by NIH, but we would expect the student to
apply for UROP funds first.
Opportunities will be available for postdoctoral research either in Boston or in Minneapolis. Send CV, description of interests, and references to:
Dr. Louis Toth
Interested graduate students should
materials from the Department
of Anatomy and Neurobiology, Boston University Medical School.