Postdoctoral Position in FMRI and Tractography for
Neurosurgical Targeting

A postdoctoral position is available immediately in the area of technology development of
brain functional and diffusion tractography MRI for neurosurgical targeting. This project will
specifically work to develop MRI acquisition and analysis methods to improve targeting for
high-intensity focused ultrasound treatment of essential tremor. The postdoctoral fellow would
be jointly supervised by Drs. Gary Glover and Jennifer McNab.

Applicants are expected to have a PhD in engineering, physics, biomedical engineering,
biophysics, or related discipline. Applicants may have a primary background in either
functional or diffusion MRI but a proven capacity and desire to work across both disciplines.
Strong programming skills are highly valued.

Dr. Glover’s and McNab’s laboratories are located at the Richard M. Lucas Center for
Imaging, which was established in 1992 as a centralized resource dedicated to biomedical
imaging research on the Stanford University campus. The Lucas Center currently houses 4
GE human MRI scanners dedicated 100% to research including a 3T MR750, a 3T Premier, a
3T PET-MRI and a 7T MRI. The close proximity of the Lucas Center to the Schools of
Medicine and Engineering fosters a truly transdisciplinary approach to research.

Stanford University is an equal opportunity employer.

Interested candidates should forward your CV, a statement of your research experience and
interests, and the contact information for 3 references to both:

Gary Glover, Ph.D.
Professor, Department of Radiology, Stanford University

Jennifer McNab, Ph.D.
Assistant Professor, Department of Radiology, Stanford University