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Post-doc position at UCL Ear Institute

Dear Colleagues,

I am writing to point your attention to a research associate (Post Doc)  job opening at the UCL Ear Institute and would be grateful if you could distribute the advert to relevant members of your institution. Please note the deadline is this Thursday.


Research Associate (Post Doc)- Ref: 1288813


Closing Date:        22/11/2012


A research associate (Post Doc) position (starting salary  £32,055 per annum Inclusive of London allowance)  is available to work on  a BBSRC funded project that will use psychophysics, eye tracking  and MEG functional brain imaging  to investigate the neural systems that support listeners ability to detect changes in acoustic scenes.   You will be supervised by Dr Maria Chait. The post holder will be based at UCL Ear Institute and MEG scanning will be carried out at UCL’s Wellcome Trust Centre for Neuroimaging. Initial funding for this post is available for 36 months.


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 neuroimaging techniques.



Key Requirements

Applicants should hold a PhD degree (or equivalent) in an engineering or Neuroscience-related subject and have substantial experience in digital signal processing and computer programming. Previous experience with auditory research and/or functional brain imaging is desirable.


Further Details

You should apply for this post (Ref #: 1288813) through UCL's online recruitment website, www.ucl.ac.uk/hr/jobs, where you can download a job description and person specifications.



For an informal discussion please contact Dr. Maria Chait (m.chait@xxxxxxxxx).


Maria Chait PhD



Senior Lecturer

UCL Ear Institute

332 Gray's Inn Road

London WC1X 8EE