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Postdoctoral Research Fellow (x3) - Simons Initiative for the Developing Brain

There are three vacancies for Simons Postdoctoral Fellows to contribute to the development of a programme of high quality research as part of the Simons Initiative for the Developing Brain and the Patrick Wild Centre, University of Edinburgh College of Medicine and Veterinary Medicine. Applicants should have relevant experience using either behavioural assessment of rat models of ASD/ID and/or in vitro imaging and physiological assessment of pre- and post-synaptic function and/or in vivo imaging and/or physiological assessment of pre- and post-synaptic function. Appropriate degree, with relevant post-graduate research experience, normally a PhD or equivalent professional qualification and/or experience in cellular, molecular or systems area of neuroscience is required. Expertise in relevant approaches and models, analytical techniques and methods experiments is required.
Closing date: 12 October 2017
more info (vacancy 041038)

Programme Lead/Professorship - UK Dementia Research Institute at Edinburgh

Applications are invited to direct an internationally competitive research programme within the UK Dementia Research Institute (UK DRI) relevant to the area of neurodegeneration, with the ultimate aim of improving human health. You will draw on the knowledge and expertise of other colleagues both within and outside of the UK DRI through collaborative inputs and team working. The UK DRI is looking to transform the field of dementias research and welcomes scientists from all disciplines.
Closing date: 26 January 2018 (applications are encouraged well in advance of the formal closing date and will be considered on a rolling basis)
more info on position available (vacancy 040256)
more info about UK DRI

Fellow/Programme Leader - UK Dementia Research Institute at Edinburgh

Applications are invited to lead an internationally competitive research programme within the UK Dementia Research Institute (UK DRI) relevant to the area of neurodegeneration, with the ultimate aim of improving human health. You will draw on the knowledge and expertise of other colleagues both within and outside of the UK DRI through collaborative inputs and team working. The UK DRI is looking to transform the field of dementias research and welcomes scientists from all disciplines.
Closing date: 26 January 2018 (applications are encouraged well in advance of the formal closing date and will be considered on a rolling basis)
more info on position available (vacancy 040257)
more info about UK DRI