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Senior Research Scientist position at MRC Institute of Hearing Research – South ampton, U.K.
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- From: Katrin Krumbholz <katrin@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Thu, 9 Dec 2004 10:16:16 +0000
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MRC Institute of Hearing Research – Southampton, U.K.
Senior Research Scientist
This is a permanent position as part of a closely integrated research
team working on the “Auditory Brain” based at the Southampton section of
the multi-centre Institute of Hearing Research. The research will
primarily involve event-related potentials and psychoacoustic techniques
together with studies involving attention, learning and plasticity. The
work involves subjects and patients; both adults and children. The
successful candidate will have responsibility for the planning, design,
execution, analysis and publication of individual projects and
experiments and will be expected to play an increasing role in the
planning and development of the research and for building the team.
We seek candidates with knowledge of cognitive neuroscience who will
normally have at least 3-5 years post-doctoral experience in one or more
appropriate research placements and a substantial international
peer-reviewed publication record. Candidates should have experience,
skills and interests which complement those of the rest of the team but
need not have a background in auditory science.
The appointment will depend on qualifications and experience and be on
the Clinical Scientist Grade B scale in the range £32,772 - £35,499. It
will be based at MRC Institute of Hearing Research, Royal South Hants
Hospital, Southampton, SO14 0YG. For an informal discussion about this
post please contact Professor Roger Thornton on 023 8063 7946 or email
Applicants should send a curriculum vitae and a completed application
form with a letter outlining interest and experience and contact details
for at least two referees by January 31st 2005. For an application pack
contact Workwise tel 023 8079 4832 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
quoting job number S554r or visit our website www.suht.nhs.uk/workwise.
Day nursery facilities are available. Committed to equal
opportunities, job sharing and flexible working.
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