[Neuroimaging] Postdoc job: Neuroimaging of mood disorders in adolescence at University of Cambridge
kw401 at cam.ac.uk
Wed Mar 16 03:50:22 EDT 2016
Dear FSL, Freesurfer and Neuroimaging in Python list members (with
apologies for cross posting),
The closing date for this position is this SUNDAY 20th MARCH, so you don't
have much time (although we only need a cover letter and CV type details
for your application), but I've been asked to reach out to you because we'd
really like to hire the very best postdoc for this role at the University
of Cambridge. Please share this email widely with your personal and
The successful applicant will join a multidisciplinary team of scientists
investigating the neural basis and cognitive correlates of behavioural
phenotypes in large existing and still being collected longitudinal
community and clinical cohorts of adolescents and young adults as part of
the Neuroscience in Psychiatry Network (http://nspn.org.uk).
Applicants will have a PhD and some postdoctoral experience reflecting an
expert level of knowledge in cognitive and behavioural neuroscience
together with a working knowledge and interest in longitudinal data
analysis and mental illness.
The full job advert and instructions on how to apply are at
The role comes with an invitation to interview for a fellowship at
Peterhouse, the oldest remaining college in Cambridge.
The start date is (reasonably) flexible but projected for May 2016. The
funds for this post are available until 31 March 2018 in the first instance.
The Clinical School at the University of Cambridge is a proud holder
of an Athena
SWAN Silver award <http://athena-swan.medschl.cam.ac.uk/> and candidates
from groups that are under-represented in senior STEMM positions (such as
women and people of colour) are particularly encouraged to apply.
If you have any informal questions about this vacancy please contact
Professor Ian Goodyer (ig104 at cam.ac.uk)
For information on the application process for this vacancy, please contact
Dominic Drane, HR Administrator via email on
hradminpsychiatry at medschl.cam.ac.uk.
Please quote reference RN08523 on your application and in any
correspondence about this vacancy.
Kirstie Whitaker, PhD
Department of Psychiatry
University of Cambridge
Brain Mapping Unit
Department of Psychiatry
Sir William Hardy Building
Cambridge CB2 3EB
*Phone: *+44 7583 535 307
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