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    8 PhD positions in Sensory Motor Neuroscience
    European Training Network

    Applications are invited for PhD positions in the field of Sensory
    Motor Neuroscience. Successful applicants will join a thriving
    research environment to study human perception, action production and
    cognitive neuroscience. Projects involve combining behavioural
    techniques, brain imaging, movement recording and computational

    Successful applicants will work as part of a network that brings
    together leading researchers in industry and academia from across
    Europe (France, Germany, Greece, The Netherlands, Spain, Sweden, UK).
    This offers exciting opportunities for advanced training,
    collaboration with international centres of excellence, travel,
    interdisciplinary exchange and industrial secondments.

    More information on the network can be found here:

    Candidates should hold (or expect) a good undergraduate degree
    (equivalent of at least a 2.1 in UK system) or Masters degree in a
    relevant discipline (e.g. Psychology, Neuroscience, Physiology,
    Bioengineering, Computer Science, Mathematics or Physics). Candidates
    should be numerate and comfortable learning computer programming and
    the use of advanced software for behavioural and brain imaging data
    analysis. Above all, candidates should be enthusiastic to learn new
    techniques and to contribute to new experiments.

    Salaries will be paid at rates set by the European Commission.
    Applications are welcome from overseas students as well as EU
    nationals. Positions start on 1st October 2008.

    Interested candidates should consult the network's website for
    information on how to apply and who to contact:

    In line with current EC policy, we particularly encourage applicants
    from women. All applicants will be accorded equal opportunities
    irrespective of ethnicity or gender.