[visionlist] Reminder – 3.5 year Postdoctoral Position in Social Neuroscience at Bangor University, UKPosted: April 4, 2017
Applications are invited for a 3.5-year, full time postdoctoral position with Dr. Kami Koldewyn in the
Developmental Social Vision lab in the
School of Psychology at Bangor University (Wales, UK). The post is part of a European Research Council funded Starting Grant focused on Developmental Social Neuroscience. The project, â€˜Becoming Socialâ€™, investigates
developmental change in social perception, social learning and the social brain in late-childhood/early adolescence.
The successful applicant will be the coordinator of the first major research stream of the Becoming Social project, which focuses on understanding the typical adult system and developing tasks and methods that will be applied throughout the five-year project
in the longitudinal developmental streams. Methods used may include behavioural, eye-tracking and neuroimaging (e.g. fMRI, DWI) measures and the postdoctoral researcher who fills this post will be very involved, both conceptually and technically, in the design
and construction of research questions and the tasks to address them.
Duties will include working to develop tasks and materials that will be used across the entire project (including not only typical adults but children/adolescents aged 9-16 both with and without an Autism Spectrum Disorder). The postdoctoral researcher will
be a key member of the Becoming Social team and will work closely with other team members.
A PhD or equivalent in a relevant field (e.g., Psychology, Neuroscience, Cognitive Science, Biomedical Imaging/Engineering or Computer Science), as well as outstanding written and spoken communication skills are essential. In addition, this particular post
requires significant technical and/or neuroimaging abilities. The successful candidate needs to be comfortable with tackling new imaging and analysis methods and have the technical chops to do so.
Closing date for applications: 10th April, 2017.
Proposed start date: Between May 1st and July 1st 2017 (though exact timing is flexible for the right candidate).
For full details see this document: PDF of advertisement
To apply, visit: jobs.bangor.ac.uk â€” Job BU01403
For more information or discuss eligibility please contact: Kami Koldewyn at
Rhif Elusen Gofrestredig 1141565 – Registered Charity No. 1141565
Gall y neges e-bost hon, ac unrhyw atodiadau a anfonwyd gyda hi, gynnwys deunydd cyfrinachol ac wedi eu bwriadu i’w defnyddio’n unig gan y sawl y cawsant eu cyfeirio ato (atynt). Os ydych wedi derbyn y neges e-bost hon trwy gamgymeriad, rhowch wybod i’r
anfonwr ar unwaith a dilewch y neges. Os na fwriadwyd anfon y neges atoch chi, rhaid i chi beidio a defnyddio, cadw neu ddatgelu unrhyw wybodaeth a gynhwysir ynddi. Mae unrhyw farn neu safbwynt yn eiddo i’r sawl a’i hanfonodd yn unig ac nid yw o anghenraid
yn cynrychioli barn Prifysgol Bangor. Nid yw Prifysgol Bangor yn gwarantu bod y neges e-bost hon neu unrhyw atodiadau yn rhydd rhag firysau neu 100% yn ddiogel. Oni bai fod hyn wedi ei ddatgan yn uniongyrchol yn nhestun yr e-bost, nid bwriad y neges e-bost
hon yw ffurfio contract rhwymol – mae rhestr o lofnodwyr awdurdodedig ar gael o Swyddfa Cyllid Prifysgol Bangor.
This email and any attachments may contain confidential material and is solely for the use of the intended recipient(s). If you have received this email in error, please notify the sender immediately and delete this email. If you are not the intended recipient(s),
you must not use, retain or disclose any information contained in this email. Any views or opinions are solely those of the sender and do not necessarily represent those of Bangor University. Bangor University does not guarantee that this email or any attachments
are free from viruses or 100% secure. Unless expressly stated in the body of the text of the email, this email is not intended to form a binding contract – a list of authorised signatories is available from the Bangor University Finance Office.