About the Project
We are currently recruiting a PhD candidate to join the School of Psychology at the University of Nottingham. The successful candidate will be supervised by Dr. Domenica Veniero.
The general topic of study will be how brain oscillations can shape human behaviour. More specifically, the candidate will investigate how brain rhythms generated within higher-level cortical areas are responsible for changes in primary areas, e.g., primary visual and motor cortex. To investigate the topic, the candidate will be mainly using EEG and brain stimulation (TMS).
The successful candidate will be based in the School of Psychology at the University of Nottingham. The studentship is funded by the Faculty of Science and will provide a stipend to cover living costs and will cover Home University fees (Stipend £ 15,609, Home fee estimated £4,496). International students are welcome to apply, but the studentship will not cover international fees.
The starting date is 1st October 2021.
Essential: the ideal candidate must have a strong interest in cognitive neuroscience and data analysis. Desirable: experience with signal processing and/or collecting data using EEG; experience with Matlab and software packages such as PsychoPy.
Informal enquiries can be directed to Dr. Domenica Veniero (email@example.com)
How to apply:
All applications are to be made directly to the University, selecting PhD Psychology (36 months duration) as the course (please click here to apply). In the research proposal section please include “Domenica Veniero advertised PhD position” in the title. No research proposal is required. You are required to upload the following documents to your application:
Short personal statement about why the candidate is interested in doing a PhD, how the ideas outlined in the advert align with the candidate’s interests and if any previous research experience is relevant to this studentship.
If you have any questions about the application process through MyNottingham, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org for further advice.
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