This is a 3 year post as part of a Leverhulme Trust funded project on ‘Modulating sleep with learning to enhance learning’ in the laboratory of Prof Edwin M. Robertson. The group examines the architecture of human memory, integrating together a variety of cutting edge techniques including behavioural analysis, functional imaging and brain stimulation. Together, these are used to provide a picture of how the content and structure of a memory determines its fate (retained or enhanced) across different brain states (sleep vs. wakefulness).
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Closing date: 26th November 2020