We are looking for a post-docs with a strong background in neuroimaging and/or computational neuroscience to lead a project on computational modelling of neural dynamics in relation to EEG-TMS, plasticity, and personalized anatomical+functional connectivity models. See the full description here.

Graduate Students

We are looking for Masters and PhD students with strong computational skills and a keen interest in neuroimaging, computational neuroscience, and cognition and mental health. Interested students please get in touch at john.griffiths@camh.ca, including a full university transcript, resume/CV, and a 1-page statement of your research interests that also clearly outlines why you think you would be a good fit for the lab.

Undergraduate Students

We are also looking for undergraduate students with some experience in programming and data analysis. Interested students should contact Dr. Griffiths at john.griffiths@camh.ca, including your current university transcript showing grades and relevant coursework, and a few sentences that outline your interest in joining the lab.