[Comp-neuro] Postdoc on resting state analysis in Glasgow
robince at gmail.com
Mon Dec 10 18:28:27 CET 2018
Postdoc developing information theoretic methods for resting state analysis
A 2-year postdoc position is available working with Dr. Robin Ince at the
University of Glasgow. The project is funded by the Wellcome Trust and will
involve developing and applying multivariate information theoretic methods
to resting state fMRI data from the Human Connectome Project. The position
will also involve collection of simultaneous EEG-fMRI resting state data in
Glasgow. The ideal candidate will have strong expertise with numerical
programming (MATLAB or Python) and be familiar with neuroimaging data and
Glasgow is a friendly, lively and welcoming city with a reasonable cost of
living and close proximity to the beautiful Highlands and a wide range of
outdoor activities. International applicants should note that Glasgow voted
67% in favour of remaining in the EU and is the second most welcoming city
to foreigners in the mainland UK (after London) , as well as being one
of the safest cities in the UK . The Centre for Cognitive Neuroimaging
(CCNi) at the Institute of Neuroscience and Psychology (INP) is a
collaborative and stimulating environment with a full suite of world-class
facilities, including EEG, MEG, 3T fMRI, 7T fMRI, EEG-fMRI, TMS, and
extensive computational resources (~2500 cores, ~15TB RAM).
The position is a Research Assistant on Grade 6 of the University of
Glasgow salary scale: £28,660 - £32,236 (plus ~18% employer contributions
to USS defined benefit pension).
Apply online at
Search for ref: 023869
Closing date for applications Jan 13th 2019. Flexible start date.
Any questions about the project, position or application process please
contact robin.ince at glasgow.ac.uk
Institute of Neuroscience & Psychology
College of Medical Veterinary & Life Sciences
University of Glasgow
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