The position is available for 2 years and will be paid according to TV-L E13 (100%). The position may be renewable for an additional year.
The candidate should support ongoing imaging studies on the role of reward processes in the regulation of eating behavior and should initiate own research projects in the field of cognitive neuroscience.
The candidate will have a Ph.D. in psychology, neurosciences, biology or cognitive sciences. Expertise in acquisition and analysis of imaging data (fMRI, fNIRS) is required, as is knowledge in MATLAB and statistics. We are searching for a researcher with strong interest and expertise in cognitive neurosciences, ability and interest in working in a team and capability for independent working. The candidate will be working in the lab „Cognitive Neurology“ under the direction of Prof. Thomas Münte und Dr. Marcus Heldmann.
The lab is part of the Center for Brain, Behavior and Metabolism (CBBM), which offers an excellent and state-of the-art research environment. The lab has several EEG and a fNIRS-machine. At the CBBM, a research dedicated Siemens Skyra 3T MRI is available. The lab has a number of national and international collaborations.
The University of Lübeck is an equal opportunities employer. Applications from female
candidates are strongly encouraged. In case of compatible qualifications, preference will be
given to people with disabilities.