[visionlist] PhDs in clinical visual psychophysics, neuroimaging, and perceptual stability at Cardiff University

Tony Redmond RedmondT1 at cardiff.ac.uk
Sun Feb 19 16:26:52 EST 2017


Apologies for any cross-posting.



Cardiff University School of Optometry & Vision Sciences and School of Psychology provide fully funded PhD studentships.  Please draw your students’ attention to the two following opportunities; note the short deadline.



1) PhD in clinical visual psychophysics and neuroimaging



We invite applications to join a collaborative team of academics at Cardiff University (Dunn, Rushton, Redmond) and the University of Bristol (Clatworthy, consultant stroke neurologist) to investigate residual visual function in patients with hemianopia.



The expected start date is Oct 2017, and the deadline for applications is 28th February. This studentship is open to UK nationals and EU citizens. Funding will cover tuition fees at the UK/EU rate and annual stipend.

Further details about the PhD position are available here:
http://www.cardiff.ac.uk/study/postgraduate/funding-and-fees/view/phd-in-visual-neurosciencemapping-residual-visual-function-in-hemianopia



Details on the research environment and Cardiff can be found here:
<http://www.cardiff.ac.uk/optometry-vision-sciences>http://www.cardiff.ac.uk/optometry-vision-sciences/courses/postgraduate-research (School of Optometry and Vision Sciences), <http://psych.cf.ac.uk/> http://psych.cf.ac.uk/degreeprogrammes/postgraduate/choosingcardiff.html (School of Psychology), http://sites.cardiff.ac.uk/cubric/ (Cardiff University Brain Research Imaging Centre, CUBRIC)


Informal enquiries are encouraged; please direct either to Dr Matt J Dunn (DunnMJ1 at cardiff.ac.uk)<mailto:DunnMJ1 at cardiff.ac.uk)> or Prof. Simon Rushton (RushtonSK at cardiff.ac.uk)<mailto:RushtonSK at cardiff.ac.uk)>.



2) PhD in perceptual stability



We invite applications to work on a project to investigate perceptual stability.



The expected start date is Oct 2017, and the deadline for applications is 28th February. This studentship is open to UK nationals or EU citizens who have been resident in the UK for at least 3 years prior to the start of the study.

Further details concerning the PhD position are available here:
http://psych.cf.ac.uk/degreeprogrammes/postgraduate/research/docs/School-Rushton.pdf



Details on the research environment and Cardiff can be found here:
http://psych.cf.ac.uk/degreeprogrammes/postgraduate/choosingcardiff.html



Informal enquiries are encouraged; please direct to Prof.Simon Rushton (RushtonSK at cardiff.ac.uk)<mailto:RushtonSK at cardiff.ac.uk)>.



Dr Tony Redmond Dr Tony Redmond
BSc PhD MCOptom FHEA    BSc PhD MCOptom FHEA
Senior Lecturer & Deputy Director of Postgraduate Research      Uwch-ddarlithydd & Dirprwy Gyfarwyddwr Ymchwil Ôl-raddedig
School of Optometry and Vision Sciences Yr Ysgol Optometreg a Gwyddorau’r Golwg
Cardiff University      Prifysgol Caerdydd
Maindy Road     Heol Maindy
Cardiff, CF24 4HQ       Caerdydd, CF24 4HQ
UK      DA

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