Assistant professor – Clinical Neurophysiology

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Institute: University of Twente
Job specification: Research in the group Clinical Neurophysiology (CNPH) is performed at the interface of basic neuroscience and clinical neurology/neurophysiology.

We focus on cerebral ischemia and epilepsy, aiming to improve understanding of pathophysiological processes involved in these conditions and to develop innovative diagnostics and treatments. Our translational approach involves the use of TMS and EEG as clinical techniques, and in-vitro and in-silico models, including cultured neuronal networks on multi-electrode arrays.

To strengthen our experimental research, we seek an excellent scientist with independent ideas. You are expected to acquire funding and develop your own research domain within the current focus of our group. You have the ambition to create a high-profile research line that is internationally recognized.

You are also expected to contribute to the educational bachelor or master programs in Technical Medicine or Biomedical Engineering at the Faculty of Science and Technology.

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Postdoctoral Position – Perceptual Decision-making

Apply before: June 18th, 2017
Institute: Radboud University
Job specification:

A postdoctoral position is available in Janneke Jehee’s lab at the Donders Institute for Brain, Cognition and Behaviour. You will work on studies of visual perception and perceptual decision-making. Research methods include functional brain imaging (fMRI), mathematical and computational modelling, and other techniques.

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Faculty Positions in Psychology

Apply before: June 29th, 2017
Institute: Bahcesehir University (Turkey)
Job specification: Faculty positions (assistant or associate professor level) are available in different areas of psychology, including developmental, clinical, and cognitive (including, learning, memory, perception, neuropsychology, neuroscience and psychophysiology) psychology. Applicants should have at least a PhD, preferably in psychology while qualifications in other disciplines will be considered if supported by experience in psychological research and teaching.
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Lecturer/Senior Lecturer – Behavioural Science

Apply before: June 29th, 2017
Institute: Otago University Department of Psychological Medicine (New Zealand)
Job specification: The successful candidate will participate fully in the Department’s research and teaching activities. Teaching duties consist of a contribution to the undergraduate medical curriculum, focusing on mental disorders, behavioural medicine and developmental psychology. Other teaching may also be required. Candidates will be expected to develop an independent and productive research programme.
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Dean – Faculty of Education

Apply before: September, 2017
Institute: University of Regina (Canada)
Job specification: The University of Regina seeks applications for the Dean, Faculty of Education with the decanal appointment to begin in July 2018.  We seek an accomplished and visionary individual – a person of integrity, courage, and energy – to lead a Faculty of Education committed to serving its communities in a context of social justice, and to preparing graduates to succeed in the complex, diverse, and rapidly changing learning environments of today and tomorrow.
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Two Faculty Positions – Associate/Full Professor – Psychology

Apply before: July 1st, 2017
Institute: York University (Canada)
Job specification: As a key part of a major University-wide initiative in neuroscience, the Faculty of Science and the Faculty of Health at York University plan to make two tenure-stream faculty hires. The incumbents will establish technology-intensive, state-of-the art research programs and engage in collaborative projects that require teams of researchers with advanced skill sets and specialized equipment. These are Research Enhanced Faculty positions partially funded by the Canada First Research Excellence Fund (CFREF)

Vision: Science to Application (VISTA) program The applicants will receive enhanced start-up funding, additional annual research funds, a reduced undergraduate teaching load, and competitive access to general VISTA research and training funds. They will also contribute to York’s teaching and research priorities in the life sciences, and participate in developing an inter-Faculty Neuroscience Program at the undergraduate and graduate level.

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Postdoc – conducting large-scale studies Psychopathology

Apply before: June 16th, 2017
Institute: KU Leuven
Job specification: The responsibilities of the post-doc will be:

  • The coordination of the SIGMA study (leading a group of 3 PhD students and 1 research assistant)
  • To closely collaborate with the research coordinator for the daily management of the SIGMA study
  • To reach out to schools and mental health facilities for collaboration in the study
  • To provide feedback on the progression of the study to the SIGMA steering committee and SIGMA advisory board
  • To supervise 1 of the PhD students on his/her PhD
  • To further develop your own line of research with papers, grant applications,…
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Project Assistent LUMC

Apply before: July 5th, 2017
Institute: LUMC
Job specification: Binnen de functie zal je fungeren als de rechterhand van de project manager en verricht je verschillende onderzoeks- en managementwerkzaamheden. Als assistent ben je betrokken bij datamanagement, het organiseren van internationale meetings en het onderhouden van contacten met buitenlandse partners. Bij gebleken geschiktheid kan je eventueel ook bijdragen aan wetenschappelijk onderzoek en het schrijven van artikelen. We zoeken iemand die beschikbaar is voor minimaal 1 jaar, bij voorkeur tot het einde van project.
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PhD – Decision making/computational psychiatry

Apply before: June 1st, 2017
Institute: Radboud University
Job specification: You will investigate the neurobiological basis of decision making using a combination of psychopharmacology, experimental psychology, neuroimaging and computational modelling. There will be a strong focus on the role of dopamine and/or serotonin and frontostriatal circuitry. You will have the following tools at your disposal: fMRI, psychopharmacology, large-scale web-based behavioural testing, potentially combined with EEG/MEG and patient research. You will also participate in conceptually developing the framework for understanding the neurochemistry of the adaptive mind.
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