Research Assistant, Grant job with UNITED ARAB EMIRATES UNIVERSITY | 215068 – Times Higher Education (THE)

Job Description

The laboratory for Clinical Experimental Neurophysiology at CMHS, UAE University, is seeking to recruit one Postdoctoral Fellow to work on different projects exploring cortical plasticity in health and disease. The initial appointment is for one year with the possibility of extension for up to two years. The projects involve the use of non-invasive brain stimulation (NIBS), including Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation (TMS), repetitive TMS, transcranial direct-current stimulation (tDCS), and electroencephalography (EEG) in healthy subjects and patients. For additional information contact: Prof. Milos Ljubisavljevic Department of Physiology CMHS, UAE University - Al Ain, UAE Email:

Minimum Qualification

MBBS or equivalent or BSc degree (Medical Sciences, Neurobiology, Neurophysiology, or other corresponding BSc degrees) and a PhD in Neuroscience or equivalent discipline.

Preferred Qualification

Medical degree (MBBS, MBChB, MBBCh, or other equivalent medical degrees) and a Ph.D. in Clinical or Experimental Neurophysiology.

Expected Skills/Rank/Experience

Prior experience in clinical neurophysiology, including TMS and EEG and evoked potentials, is essential. We are looking for an enthusiastic, self-driven, hard-working persons able to interact broadly, and particularly with clinical subjects. We value independent critical thinking, candid scientific discussion, rigorous experimental work, and creative approaches to scientific problems.

Special Instructions to Applicant

Candidates should submit an updated CV including your full coordinates with Skype identifier and the name/contact of two referees

Division College of Medicine&Health Sciences

Department As.Dean for Research&Grad.Std.-CMHS

Job Close Date open until filled

Job Category Staff

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Research Assistant, Grant job with UNITED ARAB EMIRATES UNIVERSITY | 215068 - Times Higher Education (THE)

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