UCD Post-Doctoral Research Fellow Level 1 or Level 2, UCD School of Electrical & Electronic Engin...

October 11 2017
Position Type
Full Time
Organization Type

Applications are invited for a full-time post-doctoral position with the Neuromuscular Systems Research Lab at University College Dublin. The project represents an exciting opportunity to work on a new multidisciplinary research project funded by the European Research Council (ERC). This project aims to develop a multiscale model of the neuromuscular system to design and test closed-loop control strategies for deep brain stimulation (DBS) for Parkinson's disease. A highly motivated post-doctoral research fellow is sought to develop methods to integrate system components across multiple temporal and spatial scales. This work will form part of a wider multidisciplinary project. The project would suit candidates with expertise in multiscale modelling, computational neuroscience and/or physiology of the corticospinal and basal ganglia systems.

See Job Description for more details.

Salary: PD1 - €36,489 - €42,181 per annum; PD2 - €43,394 - €47,255 per annum

Appointment on the above range will be dependent on qualifications and experience

This position may be appointed at either UCD Post-Doctoral Research Fellow Level 1 or Level 2 depending on the relevant qualifications and experience of the successful candidate.

Closing Date: 17:00hrs (Local Irish Time) Sunday 26th November 2017.

Applications must be submitted by the closing date and time specified. Any applications which are still in progress at the closing time of 17:00hrs (Local Irish Time) on the specified closing date will be cancelled automatically by the system. UCD are unable to accept late applications.

UCD do not require assistance from Recruitment Agencies. Any CVs submitted by Recruitment Agencies will be returned.

Prior to application, further information (including application procedure) should be obtained from the UCD Job Vacancies website: http://www.ucd.ie/hr/jobvacancies.


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