Two postdoc positions in Neuroimaging Genetics at the University of Turin

Send us your expression of interest and CV by November 15th!

We will have two positions starting from March 2024 for young postdoctoral researchers interested to work at the crossroads between Brain Imaging and Genetics. Projects overview The new researchers will be involved in two projects recently funded by the Italian Ministry of University and Research under the PRIN program. Both projects will involve the analysis of Brain Magnetic Resonance Imaging scans from public international datasets such as the UK Biobank and the Adolescent Brain Cognitive Development study. [Read More]

A calm summer break before a (brain)stormy new year!

Three PRINs at our lab starting next fall semester.

Three PRINs landed in our lab this last couple of months, making us very honored and proud as we enter our summer break. For our international friends, PRIN (Progetti di Ricerca di Interesse Nazionale) are among the most important national funding programs in Italy, designed to fund large collaborative projects. As a group, in the next couple of years, we will be part of two PRINs 2022 and leading the investigation in a PRIN PNRR 2022. [Read More]

Open position!

Postdoc in the genetics of brain imaging and behavioral/psychiatric phenotypes.

We will have a position in our lab, starting in the summer of 2023, for a young researcher with a background in computational and/or biological sciences, to work on a multi-faceted project in collaboration with the lab of Fabrizio Pizzagalli here at the Dept. of Neurosciences of the University of Torino, Turin, Italy. The project aims to integrate genomics, transcriptomics and brain imaging data to predict behavioral traits and disease outcome/progression, and will be based on the analysis of large datasets (such as those generated by the UK Biobank and the ABCD study) with statistical and machine learning methods. [Read More]