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Wellcome Images
Bill Sanderson 1997

British Association for Cognitive Neuroscience

Jobs

University of Central Lancashire PhDs & GTAs (December 2018)

The School of Psychology at the University of Central Lancashire seeks to appoint three Graduate Teaching Assistants (GTAs) to support teaching in the core areas of the discipline. The roles are on a 0.7 FTE basis for a period of five years, and will be combined with a part-time MPhil/PhD in the School. Appointees should have a strong commitment to research and should be keen to combine studying for a higher degree with the acquisition of teaching experience. The GTA positions could align well with our Eye-tracking Laboratories and Brain Imaging Laboratory which  houses neuroimaging facilities such as EEG/ERP, EMG, TMS, tDCS, fNIRS and fTCD. In terms of essential skills, the posts require proven practical and theoretical skills in Psychology and/or Neuroscience, and a good understanding of Health and Safety implications as appropriate to the role. For more information please see https://www.jobs.ac.uk/job/BOT327/graduate-teaching-assistant-in-psychology


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University of Essex (December 2018)

The Department of Psychology at Essex has just announded 3 new faculty positions (Professor, Senior Lecturer & Lecturer. Please follow these links to find out more information:
 
Professorial link
closing day 13th January 2019
 
Lecturer link
closing date 9th January 2019



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University of Nottingham Fellowships

The University of Nottingham is currently advertising a large number (100 fellowships by the end of 2020) of 3-year tenure-track research fellowship positions. These positions are intended to allow outstanding early-career researchers to develop an independent research programme at the University of Nottingham before moving into a tenured academic position with us.

Further information can be found here: http://www.nottingham.ac.uk/research/researchwithus/fellowships/internally-funded.aspx

The University of Nottingham has also invested considerably in establishing a Beacon of Excellence in Imaging for Precision Medicine and a number of the above research fellowships are linked to this initiative subject to suitable candidates being identified. In particular, we are especially keen to attract tenure-track research fellows working in the following areas:

Imaging-guided neuromodulation approaches to brain function
Computational approaches to understanding brain function and dysfunction
Computational medical imaging
Artificial intelligence approaches for the acquisition and analysis of medical imaging