vendredi 18 janvier 2013
Post-doc Marie-Curie Program BRIDGE, Brain Behavior Interdisciplinary Research, University of Geneva, CH, Fin: 31 mars 2013
Post-doc Marie-Curie Program « BRIDGE »
Brain Behavior Interdisciplinary Research, University of Geneva
THIRD CALL FOR APPLICATIONS
Postdoctoral fellowships are open for 2-year research training in cognitive and affective neuroscience at the “Brain Behavior Laboratory” (BBL) in Geneva, Switzerland, supported by a Marie-Curie Action FP7 program. The BBL is a multidisciplinary and multimodal research platform that is jointly managed by the Geneva Neuroscience Center (http://neurocenter.unige.ch) and the National Swiss Center for Affective Sciences (http://www.affective-sciences.ch), which includes several research groups and cutting-edge research facilities ranging from MRI, EEG, and TMS through to 3D immersive Virtual Reality, psychophysiology, polysomnography, and behavioural testing labs. The goal of the program is to promote excellence and innovation in cognitive and affective neuroscience research in humans.
Candidates will be selected on the basis of their skills, achievements and projects for exploring human brain functions with multi-methodological approaches, including neuroimaging and behavioral measures, in both health and disease conditions. Projects involving collaboration between two or more research groups within the BBL will be encouraged, as well as those promoting bridges with other disciplines. The fellowships will include the post-doc salary plus funding for research as well as education and career development support.
Details concerning the program, application rules, and research groups can be found on: http://bbl.unige.ch/bridge
Applications must be sent electronically to Marie-Ange.DeLaSen [ chez ] unige.ch
Next deadline for applications: March 31, 2013
Fellowships are expected to start during or after summer 2013
For more information, please contact the program coordinator:
Prof. Patrik Vuilleumier, Department of Neuroscience, University Medical Center,
1 rue Michel-Servet, 1211 GENEVA 4, Switzerland
Email: patrik.vuilleumier [ chez ] unige.ch
Catégories Post Doc