ABOUT THE ROLE
Are you an experienced Researcher with specialist skills in Psychology looking for an opportunity to join the UK's first modern research-intensive University? The Brain, Performance and Nutrition Research Centre is an internationally recognised research group with the primary focus of investigating the relationship between diet and the brain. This relationship is interrogated using randomised controlled trials to assess the efficacy of a wide variety of nutritional interventions ranging from single dietary components to whole foods. We are looking for motivated individuals to join our team to conduct this research.
Working within in collaboration with the current research team, you will support the Principal Investigator to deliver a series of research projects. General responsibilities include recruitment of participants, face to face data collection using a range of psychobiological techniques, data management and organisation, and contributing to manuscript submissions.
Further information is available in the job description.
This role is fixed term until November 30, 2024
ABOUT THE TEAM
This Research Project is being delivered within the Brain, Performance and Nutrition Research Centre https://bpnrclab.com
Applicants should hold a BSc in Psychology and have demonstrable specialist expert knowledge in delivering randomised controlled trials.
Further information is available in the person specification.
If you would like an informal discussion about the role, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
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