[FieldTrip] RA position at the UCL Ear Institute - MEG & auditory change detection
m.chait at ucl.ac.uk
Wed Jan 19 11:48:37 CET 2011
I am writing to point your attention to a research assistant job opening at
the UCL Ear Institute and would be grateful if you could distribute the
advert to relevant students in your department. Please note that it is
possible to undertake a UCL PhD degree within the context of this research
Research Assistant - Ref: 1174144
Closing Date: 17/02/2011
Apply on: <http://www.ucl.ac.uk/hr/jobs> www.ucl.ac.uk/hr/jobs
A research assistant position (salary £27,796 - £29,318 per annum Inclusive
of London allowance) is available to work on a Wellcome Trust funded
project that will use MEG functional brain imaging to investigate the
neural systems that support auditory change detection in the human brain.
You will be supervised by Dr Maria Chait (UCL Ear Institute) and Prof. Tim
Griffiths (Newcastle University). The post holder will be based at UCL Ear
Institute, and report to Dr Maria Chait. MEG scanning will be carried out
at UCLs Wellcome Trust Centre for Neuroimaging.
Initial funding for this post is available for 36 months. There is the
possibility (if UCL eligibility criteria are satisfied) to undertake a UCL
PhD degree within the context of this research work.
Your main duties and responsibilities will be:
1. Design and execute MEG brain imaging experiments.
2. Develop MatLab software for running the experiments and for data
3. Train subjects in preparation for relevant experiments.
4. Record and analyze imaging data.
5. Assist in the preparation of manuscripts.
The UCL Ear Institute provides state-of-the-art research facilities across a
wide range of disciplines and is one of the foremost centres for hearing,
speech and language-related research within Europe. The Wellcome Trust
Centre for Neuroimaging is a leading centre for brain imaging, bringing
together clinicians and scientists who study higher cognitive function using
Applicants should hold a 1St class, or upper 2nd (or equivalent) bachelors
degree (masters degree an advantage) in an engineering or scientific
subject and have substantial experience in digital signal processing and
computer programming. Previous experience with functional brain imaging
and/or acoustics is desirable.
You should apply for this post (Ref #: 1174144) through UCL's online
recruitment website, <http://www.ucl.ac.uk/hr/jobs> www.ucl.ac.uk/hr/jobs,
where you can download a job description and person specification.
If you have any queries please contact Dr. Maria Chait (email
m.chait at ucl.ac.uk)
Maria Chait PhD
<mailto:m.chait at ucl.ac.uk> m.chait at ucl.ac.uk
UCL Ear Institute
332 Gray's Inn Road
London WC1X 8EE
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