[xmca] Fwd: [cogdevsoc] Multiple Academic Posts, Language and/or Development

From: Mike Cole (lchcmike@gmail.com)
Date: Fri Nov 04 2005 - 18:23:52 PST

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From: Ginny Mueller Gathercole <pss116@bangor.ac.uk>
Date: Nov 3, 2005 12:50 PM
Subject: [cogdevsoc] Multiple Academic Posts, Language and/or Development
To: Cognitive Development Society <cogdevsoc@listserv.unc.edu>


 The School of Psychology at the University of Wales, Bangor seeks to make
appointments at the level of Lecturer, Senior Lecturer or Chair [equivalent
to Asst., Assoc., or Full Professor in the US system] in the areas of* Child
Development, Language, Dyslexia/Literacy Development*,* Language Disorders*,
and/or* the Neuroscience of Language*. The successful candidate will have
obtained a Ph. D. and will have a proven track record of research output.
Applicants will teach in the area of Language or Development and will be
expected to maintain an active research programme, including external grant
support. For candidates with expertise and a proven track record in
Dyslexia/Literacy Development or in Language Disorders, there is the
possibility of consideration for the Directorship of the Dyslexia Unit,
which has both a research and an applied mission.

In the area of Cognitive Neuroscience the School has a strong research group
of approximately 20 people - including researchers working in language and
language development as well as in perception, attention, memory, object
recognition, emotion, ageing, consumer choice, clinical neuroscience, and
the control of action; it is now seeking to further strengthen the areas of
language and development. Researchers in the School use multiple and varied
approaches to the study of cognitive neuroscience including experimental and
observational studies of behaviour, patient populations, ERP, TMS, and fMRI.
The School enjoys the highest research rating that can be obtained in the UK
(RAE 5*) as well as the highest teaching rating ("Excellent"). The Centre
for Cognitive Neuroscience is located within a modern purpose-built
facility, The Brigantia Building, which will provide accommodation for a 3T
magnet. The University of Wales, Bangor is located in rural North Wales
between the sea and the mountains and offers a range of outdoor activities.
Further details can be found on the Psychology website at*

Informal enquiries may be addressed to Professor Marilyn Vihman (*
m.vihman@bangor.ac.uk*) or Professor Virginia Gathercole (
v.c.gathercole@bangor.ac.uk). Applicants must complete an application form
and provide a current CV and statement of interest. Application forms and
further particulars should be obtained by contacting Human Resources,
University of Wales, Bangor, Gwynedd, LL57 2DG. Tel: +44 (0)1248
382926/388132. E-mail: personnel@bangor.ac.uk (reference numbers: Professor
05-5/51, Senior Lecturer/Reader 05-5/52, Lecturer 05-5/53). Closing date for
applications: 2nd December 2005.


Virginia C. Mueller Gathercole, Ph.D. Professor

Ysgol Seicoleg School of Psychology Prifysgol Cymru, Bangor University of Wales, Bangor Adeilad Brigantia The Brigantia Building Ffordd Penrallt Penrallt Road Bangor LL57 2AS Bangor LL57 2AS Cymru Wales | /\ | / \/\ Tel: 44 (0)1248 382624 | /\/ \ \ Fax: 44 (0)1248 382599 | / ======\=\ | B A N G O R

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