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  • On February 21, 2020, NeuroCoG invite Claudia Bagni, Director of the Department of Fundamental Neurosciences, University of Lausanne, Eric Peyrin (Department of Biochimie Molleculaire, Université Grenoble France) and Olivier Moreaud (Neurologue, LPNC) for three conferences at Grenoble Institut Neurosciences (GIN).
  • Post-Doctoral position in Developmental Cognitive Neuroscience in Grenoble, France
    from October 7, 2019 to December 31, 2019
    A post-doctoral position is available at the TIMC-IMAG Laboratory (team SPM; Health, Plasticity, Motricity) in Grenoble.The project, funded by the IDEX Univ. Grenoble Alpes, focuses on the mechanisms of formation and retention of motor memories during human development and involves neuroimaging experiments. Candidates must hold a Ph.D in Neuroscience or Psychology or related areas and have advanced experience in EEG recordings and analysis, including solid programming skills (Python, Matlab, etc). Additional experience in fMRI and multivariate statistics would be appreciated. This position will provide training in various areas of motor neuroscience, and will take advantage of expertise present at Grenoble-Alpes University via local collaborations. Proficiency in French language is not a pre-request.
  • Two Assistant Professors - Tilburg School of Humanities and Digital Sciences
    Employement, International
    from September 27, 2019 to October 20, 2019
    The Department of Communication and Cognition in the Tilburg School of Humanities and Digital Sciences is looking for two enthusiastic colleagues for tenured positions as Assistant Professor.
  • 2019 Scientific Annual Day Neurocog
    on the November 18, 2019
    NeuroCoG will have his 2019 Annual Day on monday, November 18th, at the IMAG Auditorium (Campus Saint-Martin-d'Hères) from 9am to 2pm.

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).