The Department of Psychology, within the Institute of Population Health, is looking for five exceptional early / mid-career researchers to contribute to our research, impact and teaching activity.
You should have a strong record of internationally excellent publications, and research activity aligned to the research strengths of the Department including addiction, appetite and obesity, clinical and cognitive neuroscience, forensic, investigative and conflict psychology, language development and an emerging focus on lifespan, health and wellbeing (see job description for priority areas).
You will also contribute to teaching and supervision on a number of undergraduate and postgraduate psychology programmes.
You should have a PhD in a relevant discipline, a track record of publications in high quality journals, and be able to demonstrate research independence, leadership, and the ability to work flexibly and collaboratively.
The posts are available at Grades 8 and 9 depending on experience.
(Deadline 11th May)