[visionlist] PhD position – auditory working memory using fMRI in Frankfurt, GermanyPosted: June 7, 2017
A position for a doctoral student is available at the
Institute of Medical Psychology (IMP), Medical Faculty, Goethe
University Frankfurt am Main, Germany. The position is funded by
German Research Foundation (www.dfg.de).
The aim of the project is to assess the neural correlates of
auditory working memory using decoding of fMRI signals in humans.
The PhD project will be supervised jointly by Christoph Bledowski
and Jochen Kaiser. The position is a fixed-term (3 years) 65%
position, paid on the German TV E13 scale.
Key requirements: The successful applicant will have a Diploma or
Master’s degree in psychology or (cognitive) neuroscience.
Essential skills include experience with the planning, conducting
and analysis of cognitive neuroscience / functional brain imaging
studies. Programming skills and experience with working memory
research would be desirable.
The IMP forms part of the vibrant Frankfurt neuroscience
community, including the modern research infrastructure of the
Brain Imaging Center (MR and MEG). We offer strong mentorship and
excellent working conditions in a supportive, friendly team.
You should apply for this post by sending your cv and other
relevant documents to Jochen Kaiser (email@example.com).
Closing date for applications is 30 June 2017.