We are looking to recruit a systems neuroscientist with an outstanding track record of research in brain circuits underlying perception and cognition and the potential to lead an internationally competitive programme of work within the Centre for Neuroscience at the University of Glasgow.
The appointment will be at the level of Lecturer, Senior Lecturer or Reader, dependent on credentials. The candidate’s research program should align with the strategic objectives of the Centre for Neuroscience and bring new and complementary expertise to the study of brain circuits underlying perception and/or cognitive functions in animal models. The successful applicant will have excellent opportunities for collaborating with neuroscientists in the Centre and interactions with the Centre for Cognitive NeuroImaging (CCNi) and the animal imaging facility (GEMRIC) will also be encouraged.
The Centre has excellent research facilities that are well-equipped for in vivo and in vitro electrophysiology, neuroanatomical studies and cell and molecular biology. Operating theatres and a behavioural testing suite are available in the nearby animal facility. The Institute’s animal MR imaging facilities are located at the University’s Garscube site.
Informal enquiries may be made to Philippe Schyns (Director of Institute), Philippe.Schyns@glasgow.ac.uk) or John Riddell (Centre for Neuroscience) John.Riddell@glasgow.ac.uk