*** Apply before 16 November 2017 ***
3 postdoc openings funded by a Wellcome Trust Investigator Award. Applications can be submitted from 1st Nov 2017.
Applications are invited for a full-time Postdoctoral Research Fellow to work at the Centre for Human Brain Health, University of Birmingham. The successful candidate will work on a project aimed at studying the role of brain oscillations in relation to perception, attention and memory. This will be done in the group of Prof. Ole Jensen. The methodological focus of the project is MEG recordings and re-analysis of existing animal data.
The candidate will be making use of the newly to be installed MEG system at the University of Birmingham and help to develop the laboratory. The candidate will be involved in all stages of designing and conducting experiments, analysing electrophysiological data. The candidate will be expected to prepare the results for high quality academic publications, to present at national and international academic conferences, and to engage in public activities. All research will be conducted in the spirit of open science. Furthermore that candidate will take part in supervision students and contribute to the Centre for Human Brain Health through leadership.