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Postdoctoral position in Multimodal Imaging of Memory

Post-doctoral fellow of MRC Cognition and Brain Sciences Unit
Location:     Cambridge, Not in U.S. or Canada. United Kingdom
Posted: 2006-10-18 01:38:40
Open from: 2006-07-26 to 2007-07-01
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Postdoctoral position in Multimodal Imaging of Memory, MRC Cognition and Brain Sciences Unit ( A three year training and development post-doctoral position is available to work within a research programme headed by Dr Richard Henson to investigate the neural bases of recollection, familiarity and priming in human long-term memory. The research will use the techniques of fMRI and MEG/EEG, concentrating in particular on methods to combine such multimodal data. The research will use a new 3T Siemens TIM Trio MRI scanner and a new 306-channel Elekta Neuromag MEG scanner, both research-dedicated and onsite at the CBU. You should hold a PhD in cognitive neuroscience or related field. An interest in memory research would be helpful, as would prior experience with fMRI and/or MEG/EEG. A strong computational and statistical background is desirable. This position is available from October 2006, with a starting salary in the region of 25,000 per annum, depending upon qualifications and experience. This is supported by a flexible pay and reward policy, 30 days annual leave entitlement and an optional MRC final salary pension scheme.
For a job description, please email: or contact: MRC CBU, 15 Chaucer Rd, Cambridge CB2 2EF, England. Telephone: +44 (0)1223 355294. To apply, please send a covering letter and full CV, stating the contact details of two professional referees who can be approached prior to interview. Quoting job reference CBU/606/12, email your application to: or alternatively, post to: Recruitment office, Personnel Department, MRC Centre, Hills Road, Cambridge CB2 2QH, England. Closing date: 26th July 2006.

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