Ussher Assistant Professor in Functional Neuroimaging, Trinity College, the University of Dublin

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TRINITY COLLEGE, THE UNIVERSITY OF  DUBLIN, IRELAND
Ussher Assistant Professor in Functional Neuroimaging
5 Year Contract Post

Trinity College Institute of Neuroscience
Department of Psychiatry, School of Medicine
School of Psychology

The College seeks an Ussher Assistant Professor in Functional Neuroimaging who will carry out teaching and research on brain imaging relevant to disorders of the mind/brain in the School of Psychology, Department of Psychiatry in the School of Medicine and the Trinity College Institute of Neuroscience (TCIN).

The appointee will be a member of the Department of Psychiatry in the School of Medicine, School of Psychology and TCIN and will have the opportunity to engage with a number of major cross-disciplinary initiatives within Trinity College Dublin and its associated hospitals.

The successful candidate will have significant publications in the field of human brain imaging and a record of successful research funding and successful teamwork. The appointee will contribute to the teaching programmes of both Schools.

Further queries regarding this position may be directed to:
Professor Ian Robertson, Acting Head of School of Psychology (iroberts@tcd.ie)
Professor Michael Gill (mgill@tcd.ie), Head of Department of Psychiatry
Professor Shane O’Mara, Director of TCIN (shane.omara@tcd.ie).

Further information can be obtained at :-
Trinity College Dublin: http://www.tcd.ie
School of Psychology: http://www.psychology.tcd.ie
Department of Psychiatry, School of Medicine http://www.medicine.tcd.ie/psychiatry/
TCIN: http://www.neuroscience.tcd.ie

Please note: The closing date for receipt of completed applications is no later than noon, Friday, 11th April 2014

Applications must be made through e-recruitment – Further details of the appointment, including the application procedure can be obtained at https://jobs.tcd.ie

Trinity College is an equal opportunities employer

 

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Author: Shane O'Mara

Neuroscientist