Mormino Lab Open Positions

Early Tau accumulation is detected within the medial temporal lobe using Tau PET imaging. 

Data Analyst

The Mormino Laboratory within the Department of Neurology and Neurological Sciences is seeking a Data Analyst I to work on large scale neuroimaging harmonization efforts to understand Alzheimer’s disease pathology in human aging and neurological diseases. These projects reflect multisite efforts to curate and harmonize imaging data to enable large data efforts in the national Alzheimer’s Disease Research Center (ADRC) program along with the Alzheimer’s Disease Sequencing Project Harmonization Consortium (ADSP-HC). Our research is focused on improving the diagnosis and monitoring of disease, enabling early detection, and understanding the contributions of early pathology to cognitive decline in human aging. Main duties include the curation and analysis of large multisite retrospective MRI and PET imaging data. 

Clinical Research Coordinator Associate

The Mormino Laboratory within the Department of Neurology and Neurological Sciences is seeking a Clinical Research Coordinator Associate (CRC-A) to work on a large multimodality imaging research study that combines MRI and PET imaging to understand Alzheimer’s disease pathology and memory decline in human aging (The Stanford Aging and Memory Study, SAMS). This project is a collaboration between the Mormino Laboratory in the Department of Neurology and the Wagner Laboratory in the Department of Psychology.  This study involves multiple participant visits to collect neuroimaging and lumbar puncture data from human participants.  Our research is focused on improving the diagnosis and monitoring of disease, enabling early detection, and understanding the contributions of early pathology to cognitive decline in human aging.  Main duties include in-person and telephone recruitment of research participants; obtaining informed consent; scheduling and coordination of research participant visits; maintaining longitudinal contact with participants by phone, email and other means; MRI data collection; neuroimaging analysis; neuropsychological data collection/scoring/entry.

Postdoctoral Fellow

The Mormino is seeking post-doctoral fellows to work on projects investigating the impact of Alzheimer’s disease pathophysiology processes on memory performance and brain networks in human aging and patients with cognitive impairment.  We will utilize multimodality neuroimaging (PET, MRI), genetics, cerebrospinal fluid, and blood-based biomarkers to address these questions. Candidates with previous experience in neuroimaging, genetics, or neuropsychology are encouraged to apply.

Requirements: Ph.D. in Neuroscience or Psychology, or related field. Experience with Linux, R, python, and matlab is a plus.

Please email Dr. Beth Mormino at bmormino@stanford.edu with a cover letter, CV, and contact info for 2 references.

Clinical Research Coordinator for MRI and PET Studies

The Mormino Laboratory within the Department of Neurology and Neurological Sciences is seeking a Clinical Research Coordinator Associate (CRC) to work on research studies that combine MRI and PET imaging to understand Alzheimer’s disease pathology and neuroinflammation in human aging and neurodegenerative diseases. Our research is focused on improving the diagnosis and monitoring of disease, enabling early detection, and understanding the contributions of early pathology to cognitive decline in human aging. The CRC will work on research investigating early Alzheimer’s disease changes among normal healthy individuals as well as in patient populations such as mild cognitive impairment, Alzheimer’s disease, and related neurodegenerative disorders. Main duties include in-person and telephone recruitment of research participants; obtaining informed consent; scheduling and coordination of research participant visits; maintaining longitudinal contact with participants by phone, email and other means; MRI data collection; neuroimaging analysis; neuropsychological data collection/scoring/entry.

Contact Us

Dr. Beth Mormino
bmormino@stanford.edu