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Turing Trials Manager (Neurotechnology)

University of Bath - Computer Science

Location: Bath
Salary: £37,099 to £44,263 Grade 7
Hours: Full Time
Contract Type: Fixed-Term/Contract
Placed On: 4th June 2024
Closes: 24th June 2024
Job Ref: ED11788

About the role

The Neurotechnology research team within the Bath Institute for the Augmented Human, led by Prof Damien Coyle, is seeking to appoint a Trials Manager or Research Associate with experience in organising and managing neurotechnology trials with human participants, to help build evidence for the use of neurotechnology to aid diagnosis and assessment in a clinical setting. 

The post-holder will help to deliver a major neurotechnology trial (Awareness Detection and Communication in Disorders of Consciousness) currently open in the UK and Ireland (ClinicalTrials.gov ID NCT03827187).

This is a fixed-term position.

About the Neurotechnology Research Team

Professor Coyle aims to develop AI technology that will play a crucial role in new forms of wearable neurotechnologies, devices which measure signals from the brain and enable their wearer to interact with technology without movement. 

Enabling movement-independent communication through this brain-computer interface could help those who are unable to communicate following a serious injury or illness. 

About the IAH

The IAH is the University’s newest research Institute and was established in 2023 as an innovative and agile leader in Human Augmentation R&D in the UK and Internationally. 

Our vision is a complete multidisciplinary training and innovation ecosystem that revolutionises the way that humans interface, interact, improve, and evolve with technology. 

The Institute is a unique body of interdisciplinary research focusing on research excellence and developing researchers that have the skills to develop, trial, regulate and deploy human augmentation technologies. 

We’re setting ourselves an ambitious programme involving 60+ academics from an excellent mix of disciplines, from robotics, engineering and computer science to health, neuroscience, and psychology. 

Together, we’re establishing a world-leading research Institute, and we want you to be a part of it.

About you

You will have a PhD (or significant equivalent experience and an undergraduate degree) in a neurotechnology research area, good knowledge of software programming for games or applications, and experience of managing or co-ordinating trials involving human participants. 

You should have experience of designing and delivering on research projects, collaborating with clinical and multidisciplinary research partners, and the ambition to publish in high quality, peer reviewed journals. 

You will be passionate about the potential of technology to change lives, and about being part of an institute that is targeting real world impact. 

This role will suit you if you: 

  • Enjoy working in a collaborative, supportive and highly multidisciplinary environment;
  • Are committed to developing technologies to improve patient outcomes and quality of life;
  • Are skilled in writing research protocols and reports and disseminating research results.

Additional info 

Informal enquiries about the post may be made to: 

Prof Damien Coyle, Prof of Neurotechnology and Director of the IAH, at dhc30@bath.ac.uk

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