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Research Fellow position, Basque Center on Cognition, Brain & Language, San Sebastián, Basque Country, Spain

The Basque Center on Cognition, Brain & Language offers research fellow positions in seven main broad areas of research:

- Language development across the lifespan

- Speech perception, productions and disorders

- Reading and dyslexia

- Multilingualism

- Neurodegeneration, brain damage and rehabilitation

- Language and other cognitive systems

- Advanced methods in cognitive neuroscience

The Center promotes a rich research environment without substantial teaching obligations. It provides access to the most advanced behavioural and neuroimaging techniques, including 3 Tesla MRI, a whole-head MEG system, four ERP labs, a NIRS lab, a baby lab including an eye tracker, two eyetracking labs, and several well-equipped behavioural labs.  There are excellent technical support staff and research personnel (PhD and postdoctoral students).

We are looking for cognitive neuroscientists or experimental psychologists with a background in psycholinguistics and/or neighbouring cognitive neuroscience areas, computational modellers, and physicists and/or engineers with fMRI/MEG expertise.

These five year Fellowships are directed to promising young researchers; they are intended to offer a track towards a PI role and independent research. The selected Fellows should be able to acquire the necessary skills for a research leader role. Ikerbasque is committed to offer a long-term career to the research community: Fellows in their 5th year can be assessed for a permanent position.

The applicants must have their PhD completed between 1/1/2010 and 31/12/2018. Applications from women are especially welcomed. The eligibility period will be extended under special circumstances such as maternity. A support letter from the host group is mandatory.

To submit your application please follow this link.

For further information about the fellowships, please contact the Director of BCBL, Manuel Carreiras.

Application deadline: 10 March 2021

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