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The department of Neuropsychology and Psychopharmacology is internationally recognized for its research and outstanding track record in education. The Department is responsible for two Research Master Programs (Cognitive and Clinical Neuroscience: Neuropsychology and Drug Development and NeuroHealth) and a 1-year Master Program (Neuropsychology). Maastricht University is well-known for its Problem-Based Learning approach, which includes small group discussions.
The focus of the candidate should be in theoretical modeling and development of tools using different neuroimaging techniques (f/sMRI, EEG, TMS, MRS) to study neurotypical and disordered brain functioning. The candidate should have published (as a first author) in peer-reviewed high-quality journals on topics applicable to these research lines. The candidate should have post-doctoral experience and preferably be successful in acquiring research grants.
If, after the 12th/18th month period, the internal/external candidate is allocated a permanent position, the candidate may be eligible for government-funded starters grants, which can, for example, fund a PhD position or new research project.
As a Assistant Professor at the Faculty of Psychology and Neuroscience, you will be employed by the most international university of the Netherlands, located in the beautiful city of Maastricht. In addition, we offer you:
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Faculty of Psychology and Neuroscience
The Faculty of Psychology and Neuroscience is a highly international and interdisciplinary faculty, united by a collective curiosity about the human brain. Research at the faculty explores the broad field of psychology from a biological and cognitive perspective. To this end, the faculty houses a wide range of expertise and methodologies, including the Maastricht Brain Imaging Center, which offers research facilities including high (3-Tesla) and ultra-high (7 and 9.4 Tesla) magnetic field MR scanners, 4 EEG labs, mobile EEG, TMS, and virtual reality labs.
Department of Neuropsychology and Psychopharmacology (NP&PP)
Maastricht University (UM)
Universiteitssingel 40, 6229 ER, Maastricht
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