[Eeglablist] PhD Studentship in Neural Signal Analysis and Neurophysiology - Neurology, Trinity College Dublin, the University of Dublin, Dublin, Ireland

Bahman Nasseroleslami bahman at neuromotor.org
Wed Jul 10 06:08:20 PDT 2019


 Dear all,

There is a 4-year PhD Studentship available in Academic Unit of Neurology,
Trinity College Dublin, the University of Dublin, Dublin, Ireland.

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Post Title: Research Assistant (Neurology/Neurophysiology)

Post Specification: (033977) PhD Studentship in Neural Signal Analysis and
Neurophysiology

Post Title: PhD Studentship
Post Status: 4-year Structured PhD
Research Group / Department / School: Neural Signal Analysis and
Neurophysiology Research Strand, ALS Research Group, Academic Unit of
Neurology, School of Medicine
Location: Trinity College Dublin, the University of Dublin, College Green,
Dublin 2, Ireland
Reports to: Professor Orla Hardiman and Dr Bahman Nasseroleslami
Terms & Conditions: The position is funded by a project grant from The
Thierry Latran Foundation, which covers the EU tuition fee and an annual
stipend of 20,600.
Closing Date: 5:00 PM (Irish Standard Mean Time), 31 July 2019
Contact Person : Mr Mark Heverin
Contact Email : mark.heverin at tcd.ie

NOTE: Applicants must have been resident in an EU member state for 3 out of
the last 5 years to be eligible for EU fees. Garda vetting will be sought
in respect of individuals who come under consideration for a post.

Post Summary:

Applications are invited for a motivated and self-driven PhD student with
the Irish ALS Research Group, hosted in the Trinity Biomedical Sciences
Institute (TBSI)'s Academic Unit of Neurology. The research project, funded
by The Thierry Latran Foundation, seeks to quantify the cognitive
dysfunction in Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis (ALS) by developing
electroencephalographic (EEG) biomarkers of changes in the activity and
connectivity of functional brain networks. The ideal candidate will have an
undergraduate or master's degree in biomedical engineering, mathematics,
physics, computer science, computational biology/neuroscience, or a cognate
area, with a strong knowledge of computer programming (MATLAB). Familiarity
with and/or the ability to quickly acquire skills in electrophysiological
recordings and analysis (EEG), would be highly desirable. The studentship
is expected to start from September 2019 or soon thereafter.
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The detailed job description file (PDF) and the application instructions
can be found online at http://jobs.tcd.ie.
or directly from
https://drive.google.com/file/d/1-1axVQq4i0t0QR_xWR4a_ySbtrsa4yPZ/view?usp=sharing

Informal enquiries can be sent to Bahman Nasseroleslami at nasserob at tcd.ie

To apply, please follow the instructions in "Application Procedure" (i.e.
submit the application by email to Mr Mark Heverin).

It would be really appreciated if you could share this with those that may
be interested.

Sincerely
Bahman


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