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Postdoctoral Fellow – Developmental / Affective Neuroscience

Post-doctoral fellow of Yale Child Study Center
Location:     New Haven, Connecticut. United States
Posted: 2008-03-26 07:36:47
Open from: 2008-03-26 to 2008-06-01
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The Child Study Centre, Yale University in collaboration with University College London (UCL) is accepting applications for a post-doctoral position in the field of affective neuroscience. This position is open to candidates who have recently earned their PhD degree, or who are expecting their PhD in 2008, in developmental psychology and neuroscience. International applicants are welcome. Individuals with a background in fMRI are preferred as are those with an interest in studying disorders of development and the mechanisms of emotional regulation. Experience of EEG is desirable. The successful candidate will join Professor Linda Mayes’ lab at the Child Study Centre, and will also liaise with Dr. Eamon McCrory at UCL. The lab’s research focus is the investigation of affective response and regulation in children, particularly in the context of how atypical development may contribute to emerging psychopathology. In addition to the many research opportunities available, the position also entails teaching and supervision responsibilities for a small number of students completing a two-year international UCL master’s programme. These students spend the second year of their programme in Yale. Specifically, the position entails developing and presenting a seminar course in affective neuroscience for students in this master’s programme. There will also be opportunities for the successful candidate to visit UCL, collaborate on UK-US projects and take up a visiting UCL academic post.

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Professor Linda Mayes

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