[Comp-neuro] Research Assistant in Neuro-imaging Technology
k.wong-lin at ulster.ac.uk
Tue Sep 15 16:10:15 CEST 2015
The Functional Brain Mapping (FBM) facility at the Intelligent Systems Research Centre (ISRC), Ulster University, has an available 2-year fixed term Research Assistant in Neuro-imaging Technology post. Duties and responsibilities of the successful postholder will include conducting periodic tests, maintenance of magnetoencephalography (MEG) system, and management of patients while ensuring their safety. S/he will assist with the supervision of health and safety, risk management, and standard operating procedures pertaining to all activities in the FBM facility.
Interested applicants are welcomed to apply at:
Please note that the closing date is on the 30th September 2015.
All applicants should hold a degree in bio-medical engineering, medical physics, neuroscience, psychology, medicine, biomedical sciences or a closely related discipline, or a higher degree in the same or related subjects. Applicants are expected to be trained in the fundamentals and applications of MEG technology, and have clinical experience in a MEG lab used as part of a neurophysiology clinic. Successful applicants will be based primarily at the FBM facility at the ISRC with opportunities to interact with other related research teams and clinicians.
Dr. KongFatt Wong-Lin
Intelligent Systems Research Centre,
School of Computing and Intelligent Systems,
Faculty of Computing and Engineering,
Ulster University, UK
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