We are looking for a Research Associate to join us in working to improve the accuracy of prognoses and diagnoses after severe brain injuries. This is a full-time 18-month post at the University of Birmingham and is associated with our ongoing MRC-funded research project. Your primary role will be to coordinate and conduct follow-up behavioural and electroencephalography (EEG) studies with patients with prolonged disorders of consciousness. You will be part of a friendly team of post-doctoral researchers, post-graduate students, and research nurses. This would be a great position for someone with an MSc, or higher, and experience in clinical research who is looking to advance their career in translational science.
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Salary: £27,025 (fixed)
Location: School of Psychology, University of Birmingham, England
Application closing date: 17th October 2018
Start date: 7th January 2019
Post duration: 18-months
Please note that a clean DBS check and a valid license to drive in the UK are required.
Unfortunately, the University of Birmingham is unable to act as sponsor for visas for those who are not citizens of the UK or the European Economic Area.