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Freitag, 30th Juni 2017
Donnerstag, 3rd August 2017
Kokereiallee 7, 45141 Essen, World Cultural Heritage Zollverein
The Erwin L. Hahn institute for Magnetic Resonance Imaging in Essen, Germany is inviting applications for a
PhD student position in high-resolution functional MRI (E13 TV-L/75%)
The ELH institute is located at the UNESCO world cultural heritage site Zollverein (www.zollverein.de). The institute is part of an international collaboration between the universities of Duisburg-Essen and Nijmegen (NL), and their university clinics. It is equipped with an ultra-high field 7 Tesla whole-body scanner and is one of the world's leading labs for ultra-high field MR engineering. The ELH's partnership with the Donders Institute for Brain, Cognition and Behaviour in Nijmegen will be used to optimally benefit from their neuroimaging expertise. Furthermore, collaborations are in place with the ETH in Zurich (biophysical modelling) and with the pain neuroimaging groups in Essen and Oxford (UK), which, once the methodology is in place will be the focus of the later studies in the project.
Candidates who only partially meet this profile are nonetheless strongly encouraged to apply.
The position is available immediately and the starting date is as soon as possible. The duration is 4 years and is part of an Emmy Nöther fellowship (PI: Peter Koopmans) funded by the Deutsche Forschungsgemeinschaft (DFG). The salary is in the E13 TV-L 75% scale, the exact salary being determined based on experience and subject to the regulations of the University Clinic Essen.
To apply, please compile the following in order in a single pdf file:
Dr. Peter Koopmans
p.j.koopmans [.at.] gmail.com (to which informal enquiries can be addressed)
Interviews are expected to take place in the second week of August.
The University Hospital Essen is an equal opportunity employer. Female scientists are particularly encouraged to apply. Disabled applicants will be preferentially considered in case of equivalent qualification.
Recruitment agencies are asked not to respond to this job posting.