The NEST (Neuroendocrinology of Social Ties) Lab at the University of Southern California is seeking an postdoctoral fellow with neuroimaging experience.
Our HATCH study follows couples from pregnancy across the first year postpartum, and samples multimodal hormonal and psychosocial data to document couples' changes and coregulation across the transition to parenthood.
The postdoc will help coordinate an MRI study of first-time fathers who will be scanned prenatally and postpartum. Structural, functional, and resting state data will be collected. Previous experience with MRI data acquisition, preprocessing, and analysis (preferably using FSL) is essential, along with an interest in hormonal and psychological processes across the transition to parenthood.
To apply, please send a CV and a statement of your interest in the position to firstname.lastname@example.org.