At the CBIR, we provide neuroimaging research opportunities and training to students, post-docs, residents and research fellows, junior faculty, and to advanced researchers from other areas.
Current training opportunities include fMRI, DTI, spectroscopy, neural network modeling, imaging genetics, pharmacological imaging, electrophysiology, TMS, eye movement and other clinical neurophysiology techniques. Our focus is on severe mental illnesses and addiction research.
We recommend that you first look at the profiles of our imaging investigators to see if any of these faculty members share your research interests. You can also look at our investigators' recent publications
to get a better feel for whether or not you would be interested in the type of research that they typically conduct.
Feel free to contact imaging investigators directly to ask about whether or not they are currently accepting students or trainees as research assistants or interns, or looking for collaborators. If you are unsure of whom to contact, or if you need more directions on selecting a potential mentor, you are welcome to contact any of the administrative staff.
Post-doctoral training is typically through individual investigators' research grants, or through training grants. For opportunities in individual laboratories, please contact the respective investigator.
The Maryland Psychiatric Research Center also has a T32 Postdoctoral Training Program. Please contact Dr. Laura Rowland (Co-Director) or Dr. William Carpenter (Director) of the T32 Postdoctoral Training Program with any inquiries or to submit applications.