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Research Assistant/Associate

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Posted: 4/18/2014
Job Title: Research Assistant/Associate
Employer: University of Glasgow, College of Medical, Veterinary and Life Sciences Research Institute of Neuroscience and Psychology
Location: Glasgow, UK

You will contribute to a project, funded by the Medical Research Council (MRC), entitled 'Using Magnetoencephalography to Investigate Aberrant Neural Synchrony in Prodromal Schizophrenia.' Specifically, the job requires the analysis and acquisition of MEG-data sets and implementation of novel analytic tools, contributing to the design and programming of MEG experiments, recruiting and running the participants, assisting in analysing the results, and participating in the writing up of the results.

This post is initially funded for 2 years. It is anticipated that this will be extended to 3 years subject to securing additional funding.


With extensive, up-to-date practical knowledge in MEG or EEG, you will have excellent knowledge of source-localization, MATLAB, and experimental control software.


Informal enquires to Dr. Peter Uhlhaas, phone: 0141 330 8730

Apply online: Reference: M00563; Grade 6/7: £26,527-£29,837/£32,590-£36,661 per annum

Closing date: April 28, 2014

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