|Salary:||£24,144 to £27,396 per annum|
|Placed On:||13th March 2023|
|Closes:||1st May 2023|
A BBSRC-funded Research Fellow position is available at The School of Psychology at the University of Sussex. This is a collaborative project between the Koya and Singer Labs. We will investigate the neuronal mechanisms of the emergence and suppression of the spontaneous recovery of cue-evoked food seeking.
We are looking for a person who will provide dedicated research technical support to our team. The qualified candidate will conduct activities such as:
Qualified candidates should ideally have an honours degree in neuroscience (or related life sciences discipline). Excellent communication and organisational skills, ability to work collaboratively, while complying with both University and Legislative requirements are essential. Previous experience in performing the above-mentioned activities would be advantageous.
For further information and informal enquiries (not applications), please contact Dr. Eisuke Koya (email: email@example.com). Candidates are encouraged to send their CV’s (with the names of at least two references).
The laboratory is part of a vibrant multi-disciplinary ‘Sussex Neuroscience’ research community on campus, consisting of systems, behavioural, molecular, and computational neuroscientists. The University of Sussex campus is located just 10 minutes away from the famous seaside city of Brighton.
Please note that this post would not entitle the successful applicant to apply for a Tier 2 UK Visa, and thus any applicant should ensure that they have the legal right to work in the UK for the period of the post. The University of Sussex is unable to employ anyone who is unable to provide proof of permission to work in the UK. Should you therefore require further information, please visit the Home Office website www.gov.uk.
The University is committed to equality and valuing diversity, and applications are particularly welcomed from women and black and minority ethnic candidates, who are under-represented in academic posts in Science, Technology, Engineering, Medicine and Mathematics (STEMM) at Sussex.
For full details, see our vacancies page
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