Research Fellow, School of Psychology, Cardiff University
Applications are invited for the post of Research Fellow at the School of
Psychology, Cardiff University. The position is full-time for 3.5 years,
working on a BBSRC Research Grant: “Multisensory dynamics of selective
attention in the human brain: a combined neurodisruption and
neuroimaging project”, held by Dr Chris Chambers, Dr Christian Ruff, and
Prof. Jon Driver. The postholder will conduct research in the area of
cognitive neuroscience, focusing on neural mechanisms of selective attention
in the human brain. In particular, this project focuses on elucidating the
neural basis of multisensory interactions between vision and touch, using
transcranial magnetic stimulation (TMS) and functional magnetic resonance
Essential skills include a thorough knowledge of fMRI techniques; experience
with TMS is preferred but not essential. The successful
applicant will hold a PhD, however applications are welcomed from current
PhD students who will have submitted their dissertation by
December 31st, 2007.
Salary: £27466 - £35,837 per annum, depending upon knowledge and experience.
The closing date for applications is Wednesday January 23, 2008. This
position is available to commence from February 1, 2008.
For further details, see
Informal enquires can be directed to Chris Chambers ([log in to unmask])