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    Two Postdoctoral Research Fellows

    Sensorimotor Control Laboratory

    Sobell Department of Motor Neuroscience & Movement Disorders

    Institute of Neurology

    University College London

    The Sensorimotor Control Laboratory, under the direction of Professor
    Daniel Wolpert has openings for two highly motivated Postdoctoral
    Research Fellows in the area of computational and experimental human
    motor control. The Fellows will join a team investigating planning,
    control and learning of skilled action.

    One Research Fellow will work on modelling of the motor system using
    optimal control and Bayesian approaches and should have a background in
    a computational field (e.g. Computational Neuroscience, Engineering,
    Physics, Maths). The other will work on psychophysical studies of
    human motor control and should have a background in an experimental
    field (e.g. Neuroscience, Psychology). Applicants should ideally have a
    PhD, plus technical expertise and computational skills relevant to the
    study of human movement. Further details of both posts and laboratory
    facilities can be found on Informal
    enquiries can be addressed to Professor Daniel Wolpert by email to

    The positions are available for two years in the first instance with a
    starting date from September 2003. Starting salary is up to £32,794
    pa inclusive, depending on experience, superannuable. Applicants
    should provide (ideally by email) by August 11th 2003:

    - a maximum 1 page statement of research interests relevant to the
    - copy of CV (2 if sent by post)
    - names and contact details of 3 referees
    - 1 copy of Declaration (required - see further details of posts)
    - Equal Opportunities form (optional - see further details of posts)


    Miss E Bertram,
    Assistant Secretary (Personnel)
    Institute of Neurology
    Queen Square
    London WC1N 3BG

    Fax: +44 (0)20 7278 5069

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