[Comp-neuro] Associate Professor (UK)

Haline Schendan haline.schendan at plymouth.ac.uk
Tue Jul 24 23:58:11 CEST 2012

Faculty of Science and Technology

School of Psychology

University of Plymouth

Ref: A2692
Associate Professor in Psychology
Salary £45486 to £52706 pa, Grade 9

The School of Psychology is looking to recruit an Associate Professor (Reader) in Psychology to further strengthen its current staffing. The School's research profile places it in the top third of psychology departments in the UK, with 85% of its research activity rated at international standard. The School is one of the largest in the UK delivering Psychology programmes to more than 900 students across all stages. We will be appointing an Associate Professor who will enhance our research profile and contribute to teaching excellence.

The School hosts the Centre for Brain, Cognition and Behaviour, which forms part of the multidisciplinary Cognition Institute. The centre has active research groups in Cognitive Neuroscience, Thinking and Reasoning, Memory, Vision and Action, Language Development, Social Psychology and Health and Well Being.  These groups are housed in recently-built dedicated research facilities, and supported by a team of technicians and scientific officers. This appointment will strengthen and complement existing research capacity in the School. http://psychology.plymouth.ac.uk/

You will have an excellent research track record demonstrating an international standing in their field. You will be a research-leader, demonstrating both personal research excellence, and the potential to drive forward the research agenda of the School.

This is a full-time position working 37 hours per week on a permanent basis.
To apply, go to jobs.ac.uk and enter reference number A2692.

For informal inquiries about this position, contact the Head of School, Professor Simon Handley hos at psy.plymouth.ac.uk

Closing date:  12midnight, 5th September 2012

The Centre for Brain, Cognition and Behavior (CBCB) has 36 research active academic staff:  http://psychology.plymouth.ac.uk/research/. This vibrant centre is well resourced. 5 dedicated technicians support the Centre's laboratories. The Centre houses 513m2 of lab space across 35 rooms with 95 networked computers for behavioral testing, including eye tracking, visuomotor affordance equipment, and virtual reality. Portable equipment, such as laptops, video-cameras and headphones, are available on demand. The Centre houses a state-of-the-art, multi-modal neuroimaging, computer lab. Cognitive neuroscience laboratories cover the full range of techniques. For EEG/ERP/psychophysiology, there are three fully-equipped, 128-channel, active-electrode systems and two 64-channel passive amplification systems, which can allow EEG recording during TMS. The fully-equipped TMS lab houses single pulse and repetitive stimulation with stereotactic positioning to integrate with fMRI data. The research-dedicated fMRI scanner is housed at the Peninsula Medical School (http://centres.exeter.ac.uk/pmrrc/) and has systems for stimulus delivery, response collection, and eye tracking. CBCB includes several EUCOGII members and links closely with the Centre for Robotics and Neural Systems (CRNS): http://www.tech.plym.ac.uk/SOCCE/CRNS/. CBCB and CRNS are united within the multidisciplinary Cognition Institute that also includes a thriving Neuroarts community.

Haline E. Schendan, Ph.D.
School of Psychology
Faculty of Science & Technology
Plymouth University
Drake Circus
Plymouth, Devon PL4 8AA
United Kingdom
Office:  Portland Square A208
Office Hours: Please email for an appointment
011 +44 (0)1752 584804
Haline.Schendan at plymouth.ac.uk<mailto:Haline.Schendan at plymouth.ac.uk>
Assistant Professor (Lecturer) in Cognitive Neuroscience
Centre for Brain, Cognition, & Behaviour
Plymouth Cognition Institute
Visiting Scientist, MGH Martinos Center

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