behavioural brain sciences
Human sensory-motor neuroscience
A post is
work with Prof. Chris Miall on predictive human movement, motor control
learning, funded by the Wellcome Trust. The post-holder will be a
self-motivated and enthusiastic individual, and will work in a
laboratory within the Behavioural Brain Sciences Centre and Birmingham
University Imaging Centre.
2008, the work will involve brain imaging (fMRI, MEG and high density
TMS, and human motor psychophysics. Experience of human psychophysics
computing skills are necessary; experience of electrophysiology or
imaging would also be an advantage.
enquiries for the above post to Prof. Chris Miall (http://prism.bham.ac.uk
or e-mail r.c.miall @ bham.ac.uk).
salary in the
range £23,457 to £30,607 a year (potential progression on
post to £32,490)
(returnable by 30 June 2006) and further particulars from the Personnel
Services, The University of Birmingham, Edgbaston, Birmingham, B15 2TT,
0121 414 6486. Web: www.punit.bham.ac.uk/vacancies/
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