Jobs

Photograph of MRI scanning
Photograph of researcher using a microscope
Photograph of researcher in laboratory

We currently have these neuroscience-related job opportunities available. 

You can also check the University of Edinburgh jobs vacancy website.

 

Postdoctoral Research Fellow - Centre for Discovery Brain Sciences

The lab of Dr Chris Sibley (Henry Dale Fellow) is looking for a highly motivated candidate is invited to join the group as a post-doctoral researcher. The group studies molecular and cellular mechanisms underlying neurological disorders. The project being undertaken will be translational and supported by funding from ONO pharmaceuticals, and the post is for one year.

More information here. Deadline: 10th June 2022

 

Communications Assistant - Edinburgh Neuroscience

We are looking for an enthusiastic and organised Communications Assistant to provide high-quality support and communications services for Edinburgh Neuroscience, including identifying and disseminating news and relevant opportunities, maintain engaging social media content and supporting the delivery of other our activities such as scientific and public engagement events and our flagship Translational Neuroscience PhD programme. The post is for two years.

More information here. Deadline: 6th June 2022

 

Clinical Research Training Fellowship - Centre for Clinical Brain Sciences

There is an exciting opportunity for an excellent potential researcher to start a PhD in the vascular contributors to dementia based in the Centre for Clinical Brain Sciences / Dementia Research Institute. There are several projects on offer, ranging from pathology, experimental science, neuroimaging and epidemiology offered by a fantastic range of supervisors. The post is for three years.

More information hereDeadline: 2nd June 2022

 

Postodoctoral Research Fellow - School of Psychology, Philosophy and Language Sciences

The group of Dr Bonnie Auyeung is looking for a postdoctoral researcher to join the ESRC-funded COVID-19 Health Impact on Long-term Child Development (CHILDS) study. The successful candidate is expected to be in post by 1 September 2022 and the post is for five years. 

More information here. Deadline: 7th June 2022