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  • Newsletter #6
    from May 29, 2020 to July 31, 2020
  • Dans le cadre d’un programme de recherche financé par l’Agence Nationale de la Recherche (ANR), nous proposons une bourse de thèse pour une période de trois ans. Le/la candidat(e) sélectionné(e) travaillera sur un projet de recherche visant à comprendre le développement et les bases cérébrales de la lecture. Nous nous intéressons plus particulièrement au lien entre l’acquisition de la lecture et les capacités de lecture labiale qui sont déjà développées chez les enfants pré-lecteurs. Le/la candidat(e) aura à réaliser une étude longitudinale auprès de jeunes enfants entre 5 et 8ans. L’étude sera réalisée dans le milieu scolaire, en collaboration avec des enseignants, et dans un centre d’imagerie cérébrale.
  • Two, Two-year, Resident Assistant Professor Positions
    from February 7, 2020 to April 30, 2020
    The Department of Psychological Science with in the College of Arts and Sciences at Creighton University is hiring for two, two-year, full-time resident assistant professor (RAP) positions to begin in the fall of 2020. Preference will be given to candidates who will have completed all work towards a Ph.D. in Psychology or a related field before August 2020.
  • [Open] group leader positions at the Montpellier Cell Biology Research Center (CRBM)
    from February 28, 2020 to March 31, 2020
    The CRBM is recruiting new group leaders to establish a world-class research program reinforcing these topics, in an interactive and supportive environment. All projects related to cell biology with the potential to synergize with CRBM topics will be considered, including interdisciplinary projects. We also welcome projects involving the computational modeling of cellular processesand the development of mass spectrometry based proteomic approaches related to the CRBM research topics.

From Neurons to Social Cognition in Grenoble

The NeuroCoG project aims to understand the biological, neurophysiological and functional bases of behavioral and cognitive processes in normal and pathological conditions, from cells to networks and from individual to social cognition. NeuroCoG is based on a wide-spectrum interdisciplinary approach (e.g. fundamental and cognitive neuroscience, chemistry, physics, cognitive and social psychology, education, language sciences, computer sciences, applied mathematics, and engineering; as well as clinical specialties such as neurology and psychiatry).