[Comp-neuro] Two Postdoc positions in Muenster, Germany
Joachim.Gross at glasgow.ac.uk
Fri Jan 26 16:28:47 CET 2018
The Institute for Biomagnetism and Biosignalanalysis at University of Muenster invites applications for a
Research associate/Postdoctoral scientist (f/m)
Full-Time with 38,5 (hours/week)
(Germany salary grade: E 13 TV-L, 100%)
Two positions are intramurally funded and available for 2 years.
We are searching for trained and highly motivated scientists holding a PhD or MD degree and having experience in electrophysiology, cognitive neuroimaging or similar disciplines. The successful candidates are expected to have a strong publication record in international peer-reviewed journals.
The research project requires acquisition of MEG data and analysis of neuronal oscillations and their relationship to behaviour. Therefore, experience with MEG/EEG, programming and spectral analysis is essential.
The successful applicants will join a dynamic team of both experienced and junior researchers with many national and international collaborations and a sustained record of high-quality research output.
For more information please contact Prof Dr Joachim Gross, University of Muenster, Institute for Biomagnetism and Biosignalanalysis, 48149 Münster, Germany, Email:. Joachim.Gross(at)wwu(dot)de
Please send your application (including the above reference number) with all relevant information (CV, cover letter) by email (PDF-file, max. 5 MB) until 11.02.2018 to: bewerbung(at)ukmuenster(dot)de
Applications of women are specifically invited. In the case of similar qualifications, competence, and specific achievements, women will be considered on preferential terms within the framework of the legal possibilities. Handicapped candidates with equivalent qualifications will be given preference.
Prof Dr Joachim Groß
Director of Institute for Biomagnetism and Biosignalanalysis
University of Muenster/Glasgow
[University of Glasgow: The Times Scottish University of the Year 2018]
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