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Vacancy: 7T fMRI Research Assistant/Associate positions at University of Glasgow

Research Assistant / Associate posts at University of Glasgow: Context varying amplification of expectation and task specification

Two exciting opportunities are available for Research Assistants/Associates to contribute to an EU funded project – which is part of the Human Brain Project, working with Professor Lars Muckli (PI), entitled “Context varying amplification of expectation and task specification”. The project will involve functional brain imaging at ultra-high resolution (7 Tesla).

The posts will include multivariate data analysis and collaboration with computational modelling groups as part of our consortium. They will also involve contribution to high-end data analysis and coordination across human brain project consortium partners. Specifically, the jobs require preparation of stimulation material, development of experimental procedures, contributing to the design and programming of the behavioural, fMRI experiments, recording and analysing of the results, developing new multivariate-analysis procedures and assisting in supervision of junior lab members, review of current literature in relevant fields, presenting at conferences, and participating in the writing up of the results. We also require conceptual integration across the other European Human Brain Project partners.

For further information see http://www.gla.ac.uk/about/jobs/vacancies/ - Vacancy Ref : 025139

Closing date: 13th May 2019