The Advanced MRI Section in the Intramural Research Program of the National Institutes of Health (NIH) in Bethesda, Maryland is seeking postbaccalaureate fellow candidates. The fellow will assist with everything from subject scheduling to data collection and analysis for an all-night EEG-fMRI sleep study. Candidates must be willing and able to work night shifts and in the MRI environment. The start date will be in December 2019 or January 2020.
- College graduates who received their bachelor's degree less than 3 years before they begin the program; who are more than 3 years past the receipt of their bachelor's degree but received a master's degree less than 6 months before they begin the program; or who have been accepted into graduate, other doctoral, or medical school programs and who have written permission from their school to delay entrance for up to 1 year to pursue a biomedical research project at NIH
- U.S. citizen or permanent resident
- Candidates must intend to apply to graduate or professional school during their tenure at NIH
- Willingness and ability to work night shifts
- Willingness and ability to work in the MRI environment
Send your curriculum vitae to Dante Picchioni, Ph.D. at:
For more information on the NIH Intramural Research Training Award, see:
For more information on the laboratory, see:
Please note that you must be willing and able to work night shifts and in the MRI environment. You cannot perform these essential functions if you ever had a seizure; if you ever had a psychotic, depressive, or bipolar disorder; or if you have a contraindication for MRI. This will be verified by a physical.