- [2013-06-14]Marie Curie Early Stage Researcher in Brain PlasticityNuffield Department of Clinical Neurosciences, John Radcliffe Hospital, Oxford
- [2013-06-13]LUCS' 25-year jubileeSeptember 24-25 2013
- [2013-06-10]Karolina Kauppi's dissertationJune 14 2013, in the Biology building, BiA 201, 10.00-12.30.
- [2013-06-10]Lars Nyberg receives grant from the Kamprad family foundation
- [2013-05-13]UFBI work is featured as key research in the fieldon Psychology Progress.
- [2013-05-06]Call for Proposals to KOSMOS Summer University1−14 September 2013 Berlin, Germany
- [2013-04-22]Master thesis by Harsha Kiran Nekkanti.Additive effect of KIBRA and CLSTN2 on memory-related brain activation.
- [2013-03-11]Kristiina Kompus receives Meltzerfondet young researcher prize
- [2013-03-07]PhD-student position investigating the effects of physical activity on brain function.
- [2013-02-25]ESOF 2014 - CopenhagenCall for scientific session proposals
- [2013-02-14][Update] Lectures from Hjärnskadeforum aired in KunskapskanalenFebruary 14 & 15
- [2013-01-30]“Human Brain Project” appointed as flagship program
- [2013-01-28]Graduate Students Positions Available in Cognitive Neuroscience of Memory and Agingat McGill University, Canada.
- [2012-10-18]The brain is to be simulated in new super-computerarticle in Dagens Nyheter (DN).
- [2012-09-13]Postdoctoral Positions on the Neural Mechanisms of Visual Memory and Attentionat the laboratory of Roberto Cabeza
- [2012-07-04]Memory and learningnew collaborator information site.
Positions at other universities
Graduate Students Positions Available in Cognitive Neuroscience of Memory and Aging at McGill University, Canada.
Starting date: September 2013
Duration: Funding is available for a 2yr Masters’s candidate in the cognitive neuroscience of aging laboratory of Dr. M. N. Rajah, for January 2009 admission via the The Graduate Program in Neurological Sciences at McGill University. Transition to the PhD program will depend on the students’ Master’s training progress and available funding.
Graduate Project Description: The successful candidates will work with Dr. Rajah and current lab members on fMRI projects examining prefrontal and hippocampal contributions to episodic memory in young, middle aged and older adults. Accepted students must remain in good academic standing and meet the course work requirement for the Graduate Program in Neurosciences or Psychology at McGill University.
Requirements: B.Sc./B.A. with major in Psychology, or Neuroscience, or Biology with strong GPA. Must have basic neuroanatomical knowledge and have a keen interest in cognitive neuroscience of memory. Laboratory experience would be an asset. Having conducted an undergraduate honours thesis/independent research project is an asset.
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