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Future Opportunities at CUBRIC
CUBRIC’s recent success in securing substantial (~£15m) external funding from the EPSRC, MRC and Wellcome Trust, together with Cardiff University pledges for additional posts, means that that we will shortly be advertising approximately 30 new job opportunities in CUBRIC. These will range from administrative and technical support roles, through postdoctoral positions, Fellowships (Clinical and Methodological) to full academic positions. We’ll be looking for expertise across the whole gamut of neuroimaging and cognitive methods, including MRI physics, MEG, TMS, cognitive methods mathematical modeling and statistics, as well as clinical fellowships in a range of psychiatric and neurological applications of neuroimaging. These include:
- TWO University Lecturer (permanent faculty) positions, one in each of the Schools of Engineering and Physics and Astronomy (salary range: grade 6, £31,656-£38,896), to develop human brain imaging, electrophysiology and brain stimulation methods with CUBRIC;
- ONE permanent postdoctoral position in the School of Psychology to support CUBRIC’s MR physics (salary range: grade 6, £31,656-£38,896); and
- up to TEN postdoctoral fellowships in MR physics and engineering methods development, of 3-5 years duration, in the School of Psychology (salary range: grade 6-7, £31,656-£46,414 and in exceptional circumstances up to grade 8, £47,801 - £55,389).