[Comp-neuro] advertise 3 PhD posts

McDaid, Liam lj.mcdaid at ulster.ac.uk
Tue Jan 14 14:24:22 CET 2014


Computational neuroscientists in the Intelligent Systems Research Centre at the University of Ulster (Northern Ireland, UK) are offering three PhD positions. The 3 projects focus on modelling the role of astrocytes in brain function:
1. http://www.compeng.ulster.ac.uk/rgs/displayPhDProposal.php?id=709&ri=3
2. http://www.compeng.ulster.ac.uk/rgs/displayPhDProposal.php?id=732&ri=3
3. http://www.compeng.ulster.ac.uk/rgs/displayPhDProposal.php?id=733&ri=3

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              Note closing date for  applications is 28th February 2014.
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Available Scholarships ('Vice-Chancellor's Research Scholarship' or 'DEL'): http://research.ulster.ac.uk/info/prospective/funding.html
Guide for applicant: http://www.compeng.ulster.ac.uk/rgs/guideForApplicants.php
Apply Online: http://research.ulster.ac.uk/info/prospective/apply.html

Timeline of application process.
- Interviews:  March 2014
- Offer letters to successful applicants:  1st May 2014
- Studentships commence:          September 2014

Contact Prof. Liam McDaid for further details (lj.mcdaid at ulster.ac.uk)



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