TBI from horse riding accident in Zimbabwe 1993 changed my life. Adaptive technology, opportunities not planned, social media, especially Twitter enable me, in my groundhog existence, to engage and at least feel in the moment that Neuroscience, Psychiatry are engaging in research and finding answers. Trinity College Dublin is special to me especially now the NEIL programme.
Associate and Assistant Professors in Psychology related to Global Brain Health at Trinity College Dublin
The Global Brain Health Institute (GBHI) is a joint venture of Trinity College Dublin and the University of California at San Francisco that aims to train national and international Fellows and Scholars to become leaders in brain health, with a view to developing scalable interventions and policies that will reduce the incidence and impact of dementia worldwide. These four academic positions in the School of Psychology are open to exceptional scholars committed to the training, teaching and research mission of GBHI (50% of the post) and also developing a strong associated research programme in brain health within the School of Psychology and, where appropriate to the candidate’s background, also within the Institute of Neuroscience at Trinity College Dublin. Applications from individuals with a background in human psychology research with a strong research record in a…
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