Quantitative and Neuroimaging Methods
The Institute of Hearing Research conducts world-leading research into
hearing and hearing disorders. We have a vacancy for a research
statistician who will provide general statistical support to the
Institute and specialised analysis to the neuroimaging group. Research
programmes include neurophysiology, psychoacoustics, functional
neuroimaging, event related potentials, and applied and clinical
applications. We offer a dynamic, multi-disciplinary environment in
which to develop new skills and you will have access to excellent
in-house technical and computer support.
Applicants should possess a higher degree in a relevant subject, or a
combination of degrees including statistics and statistical analysis and
data management experience. Open-ended, full time employment is offered
and the appointment at Band 4, according to qualifications and
experience, will be to a starting salary in the range £24,746 to
£30,286. Removal expenses, generous leave (30 days) and public holidays
(10.5 days), and the MRC’s final salary pension scheme will also be offered.
For an informal discussion about this position, please contact Dr Deb
Hall on 0115 922 3431 or email: [log in to unmask]
Further particulars and an application form (quoting ref. IHRDH03) are
•Writing to Personnel, MRC Institute of Hearing Research, University
Park, Nottingham NG7 2RD.
•Downloading off the “Job Vacancies” section of the Institute’s website
•Sending an email to [log in to unmask] or
•Phoning the IHR job line on 0115 951 8501
Applicants should send a CV and completed application form with a letter
outlining interest and experience and details of at least two referees
to be received by 9th December 2005.
MRC Institute of Hearing Research
Tel: (0115) 9223431
Fax: (0115) 9518503
Email: [log in to unmask]
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