The Neuronal Oscillation group at the Donders Institute for Brain, Cognition and Behaviour has funding available for a senior researcher position. The position has a strong research component, but also includes additional management and teaching responsibilities. The management tasks involve active participation in structuring the research group, including supervision of MSc and PhD students (who will receive senior authorship where applicable). Further, you will contribute to grant writing. The research responsibilities focus on investigating the role of oscillatory neuronal activity involved in shaping the functional architecture of the working brain. This will be done in the context of advanced cognitive paradigms on attention, perception and memory.
-As a candidate for the position, you should have a PhD degree and several years of experience as postdoctoral researcher in a field related to cognitive neuroscience. -Selection criteria will consider the record of published research, familiarity with neuroimaging techniques (fMRI, EEG, MEG, and/or TMS) and supervision experience. -Proficiency in oral and written English is a prerequisite. You are expected to work in a team, sharing technical know-how and ideas.