Behavioural neuroscience/physiological psychology positions available

Shane O'Mara smomara at mail.tcd.ie
Wed Sep 8 03:54:09 EST 1999


Dear Colleagues

I would be most grateful if you could bring the following positions to the
attention of anyone who might be interested:


Positions available:

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PhD student position in Dublin, Ireland
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The Department of Psychology at Trinity College, Dublin seeks a PhD
student with research interests in behavioural neuroscience/physiological
psychology to work on a research project concerned with recovery of
function after brain damage. Techniques used will include behavioural
training pre- and post-induced brain damage, dietary interventions and the
effects of exposure to enriched environments. Assays will include
electrophysiological measures of plasticity (LTP/LTD), assays of learning
and memory (e.g. water maze and radial arm maze) and biochemical
parameters. The successful candidate will work with Dr Shane O'Mara as
part of a multidisciplinary research grouping. The successful candidate
will work closely with other associated research groups led by Prof Ian
Robertson (neurorehabilitation) and Dr Marina Lynch (neurochemistry).
 
Start date - preferred start-date is October 1999.

For further information and to apply please send an up-to-date CV with the
names of three referees to: 

Dr Shane M. O'Mara
Department of Psychology
Trinity College
Dublin 2, Ireland
Phone: +353-1-608 1175 (voicemail) or Messages: +353-1-608 1886 or Fax:
+353-1-671 2006
Email: smomara at tcd.ie; WWW: http://www.tcd.ie/Psychology/Shane_O_Mara 


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PostDoctoral Scientist Postion in Dublin, Ireland
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The Department of Psychology at Trinity College, Dublin seeks a
PostDoctoral scientist with research interests in behavioural
neuroscience/physiological psychology to work on a research project
concerned with recovery of function after brain damage. Techniques used
will include behavioural training pre- and post-induced brain damage,
dietary interventions and the effects of exposure to enriched
environments. Assays will include electrophysiological measures of
plasticity (LTP/LTD), assays of learning and memory (e.g. water maze and
radial arm maze) and biochemical parameters. The successful candidate will
work with Dr Shane O'Mara as part of a multidisciplinary research
grouping. The successful candidate will work closely with other associated
research groups led by Prof Ian Robertson (neurorehabilitation) and Dr
Marina Lynch (neurochemistry).
 
Start date is negotiable, but an early start is preferred.

For further information and to apply please send an up-to-date CV with the
names of three referees to: 

Dr Shane M. O'Mara
Department of Psychology
Trinity College
Dublin 2, Ireland
Phone: +353-1-608 1175 (voicemail) or Messages: +353-1-608 1886 or Fax:
+353-1-671 2006
Email: smomara at tcd.ie; WWW: http://www.tcd.ie/Psychology/Shane_O_Mara



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