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Professor of Cognitive Neuroscience

Psychological Sciences

Location:  Guildford
Salary:  £63,668 to £101,366
Post Type:  Full Time
Closing Date:  23.59 hours BST on Monday 29 August 2022
Reference:  048222

This post presents an opportunity for an exceptional cognitive neuroscientist with a commitment to fostering a research and learning community that is as collegial and inclusive as it is innovative. In terms of the discipline, you will have a track record of high-quality research in an area of Cognitive Neuroscience that complements and extends our existing specialisms enabling enhanced broad-spectrum psychology research, along with the academic standing and strategic vision to take forward new directions for our discipline.  

In our School of Psychology at Surrey, we are committed to basic and applied research for the benefit of society through our enterprising and forward-thinking spirit as well as research-led teaching. 

Working collaboratively at the University level we are embracing the broader themes of:

  • One Health-One Medicine.
  • Healthy Aging and Supporting Long-term Conditions.
  • Urban Living, Sustainability.
  • People-focussed AI.

Our strong connections with the BPS, business and NHS enrich the curriculum and make a significant contribution to the School’s research and the high rates of employment for Surrey’s Psychology graduates.  

We have a strong track record of innovation in Psychology, from discoveries in cognitive psychology, to establishing novel programmes in Environmental Psychology and Clinical Doctorates to the shaping of cross-European approaches to food labelling. The Brain and Behaviour section includes pioneering research in neuromodulation in typical and atypical populations, development of biomarkers, and the gut-brain axis. 

The future of Psychology at Surrey is supported by ongoing investment across our people and infrastructure; for example, we recently opened our 6-room extended reality (XRL) simulation space to allow exciting possibilities for novel research (including mobile tES/EEG/fNIRS) in cognitive neuroscience and other areas, and two observation suites. 

We actively encourage international applicants to move to Surrey and where visa/CoS is required, we will partner you through the sponsorship process along with providing an attractive relocation package. 

With your application, please attach a full CV along and a cover letter containing details of your five-year research plan. You are welcome to contact the Head of School, Prof Roi Cohen Kadosh (r.cohenkadosh@surrey.ac.uk) if you would like to discuss your candidacy or the role in more depth.

Closing Date for Applications 23:59 on Monday 29th August 2022

Campus Tour (Shortlisted Candidates) 22nd September 2022

Interview and Presentations – Friday 30th September via MS Teams Video

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For more information and to apply online, please download the further details and click on the 'apply online' button above.
 
In return we offer a generous pension, relocation assistance where appropriate , flexible working options including job share and blended home/campus working locations (dependent on work duties), access to world-class leisure facilities on campus, a range of travel schemes and supportive family friendly benefits including an excellent on-site nursery.

Click here to find out more about the benefits we offer to support you.

The University of Surrey is committed to providing an inclusive environment that offers equal opportunities for all.  We place great value on diversity and are seeking to increase the diversity within our community.  Therefore we particularly encourage applications from under-represented groups, such as people from Black, Asian and minority ethnic groups and people with disabilities.

 

 

 


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