Neuroscience for Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities

1 Visiting Professor position
(Deadline October 8th, 2019 12:00 )
Activity

The position involves qualified research activities in the topics of Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities with the CCSN PhD Students and MOMILAB fellows; the visiting fellow could also be involved in teaching activities, such as masterclasses, seminars, etc;

Profile

Candidates should have an outstanding research profile, extensive international academic experience, as well as experience in international institutions, and have a significant profile in the field of neuroscience, neuropsychology and neuroimaging applied to the research for intellectual and developmental disabilities, including autism spectrum disorder, language impairments, physiological and pathological aging;

Duration

12 months

Gross amount

9000 €

Formal requirements
  • PhD Compulsory for the admission
  • curriculum with a suitable scientific background for carrying out research and teaching activities in human neuroscience, neuroimaging and neuropsychiatry applied to Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities;
  • the candidate must be an University professor in related topics of Cognitive Neuroscience, Psychology, Neuropsychology, or similar; 
  • Excellent knowledge of both spoken and written English is required.
Specific requirements

Candidate must have an excellent record of high-impact publications in human neuroscience, neuroimaging and neuropsychiatry applied to Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities.

Job Research Area: 
NS
Job Research Unit: 
MOMILAB
Job Contract Type: 
Contratto di lavoro autonomo

Application

Apply ONLINE only.

 

Before filling in the application form, please read thoroughly the full call and collect all the files you may need:

Info

  • Personal info and contact info (compulsory);
  • University degree (compulsory).

Attachments

  • The scanned copy of a valid identity document (Passport or Identity Card - compulsory);
  • Your CV in English (compulsory).
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