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Software Developer

We are currently seeking a software developer a 1-year position (initially) in the area of large-scale smartphone-based cognitive testing and Alzheimer’s Disease detection. We aim to develop gamified versions of well-validate cognitive tests and integrate these data with family history, clinical self-report measurement, and passively collected patterns of smartphone use (from which we can estimate sleep, exercise and other lifestyle factors) from vast numbers of individuals around the world. Applicants should have experience with iOS app (and ideally game) development, and an interest in cognitive neuroscience and brain health is a plus. The post is funded for 1 year initially, but we anticipate opportunities to extend. Further details to follow shortly, but in the meantime, get in touch with Claire for further information.

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PhD Student

The lab has funding to support a 4 year PhD student starting in October 2018 in the broad area of cognitive neuroscience and mental health. The position will be officially advertised in February, but get in touch in the meantime if you are interested in applying. The successful applicant will be selected and registered at Trinity College by May, 2018.

 

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