2017 Aotearoa Foundation Neuroscience Research Fellow
- A well-funded prestigious research role
- Seeking leading research fellow, up to six years post-PhD, with leadership potential
- Work with multi-disciplinary research team based at the Centre for Brain Research.
This prestigious personal award is a Post-doctoral Fellowship funded by the Aotearoa Foundation to recognise an outstanding emerging scientist who has shown the potential to be a research leader of the highest international calibre. The fellowship will assist them to develop an independent research programme and develop a career as a future research leader.
We seek a candidate who has completed a PhD or equivalent postgraduate research degree and has up to six years of active postdoctoral research experience. These fellowships are usually awarded to candidates with three to six years of experience, but in exceptional circumstances we will consider recently qualified candidates with a stellar record or those with more than six years of postdoctoral experience.
Details of the core research activities, projects and strategic objectives of the CBR are available on the website:
Research projects are available in any area of neuroscience aligned with the CBR’s research themes. Before applying applicants should contact a CBR principal investigator (https://www.fmhs.auckland.ac.nz/en/faculty/cbr/our-research/research-teams.html) to discuss the proposed research project and gain their endorsement.
Details of the application process may be found here:
The position is full-time fixed term for three years, available from May 2017.
All applications must be submitted online.
Applications close Sunday, 23 April 2017.
For further information go to www.auckland.ac.nz/opportunities
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