|Salary:||£48,350 to £64,914|
|Placed On:||15th August 2023|
|Closes:||18th October 2023|
Professor (Grade 10) within the Professorial range and subject to negotiation, Senior Lecturer/Lecturer (Grade 8/9) £48,350 - £56,021/£57,696 - £64,914 per annum
The Centre for Cognitive Neuroimaging (CCNi) at the School of Psychology and Neuroscience is seeking to appoint a Professor/Senior Lecturer/Lecturer to conduct and lead internationally competitive ultra-high field brain imaging research using 7T MRI. We seek experts in 7T MRI research whose research strengths lie within those of the Centre of Cognitive Neuroimaging (brain dynamics of e.g. sensory processing, memory and prediction, cognition and decision making, multimodal imaging using EEG, MEG and TMS). We are also interested in candidates whose research links to brain disease mechanisms in for example cognitive impairment, cerebrovascular disease, psychiatric illness, chronic pain, neuro-oncology, traumatic brain injury.
Applications are invited from candidates with an appropriate record of academic achievement in ultra-high field (7T MRI) Cognitive Neuroimaging.
The School of Psychology and Neuroscience is a world-class research and teaching unit situated within the College of Medical, Veterinary & Life Sciences. It has recently been rated 4th in the UK and 1st in Scotland, REF 2021 research output in Times Higher Psychology, Psychiatry and Neuroscience category.
The University of Glasgow is one of the world’s top 100 universities and a member of the UK’s research-intensive Russell Group. As well as housing a vibrant and growing academic community, the university is also located in a beautiful setting with many local cafes, shops, pubs and restaurants, and there is a thriving cultural scene in the city. Scotland’s famously stunning lochs and mountains are nearby, and easily accessible by rail or car.
As part of Team UofG you will be a member of a world changing, inclusive community, which values ambition, excellence, integrity and curiosity. We strongly encourage applications from across our community and in particular, those prospective colleagues who are from ethnically diverse/minority backgrounds, have a disability or long-term health condition, and/or the LGBTQ+ community. Inclusion, Equality, and Diversity are at the core of the University of Glasgow experience, and at the heart of the School of Psychology & Neuroscience. We strive to create a diverse and inclusive culture through our commitment to diversity awards including the Athena Swan Award and The Equality, Diversity and Inclusion Times Higher Education Award.
This post is full time and open ended.
Visit our website for further information on The University of Glasgow’s School of Psychology & Neuroscience, https://www.gla.ac.uk/schools/psychologyneuroscience/
Informal Enquiries should be directed to Professor Gregor Thut, Gregor.Thut@glasgow.ac.uk
Closing Date: 27 September 2023
We believe that we can only reach our full potential through the talents of all. Equality, diversity and inclusion are at the heart of our values. Applications are particularly welcome from across our communities and in particular people from the Black, Asian and Minority Ethnic (BAME) community, and other protected characteristics who are under-represented within the University. Read more on how the University promotes and embeds all aspects of equality and diversity within our community https://www.gla.ac.uk/myglasgow/humanresources/equalitydiversity/
We endorse the principles of Athena Swan https://www.gla.ac.uk/myglasgow/humanresources/equalitydiversity/athenaswan/
and hold bronze, silver and gold awards across the University.
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