We are currently accepting inquiries from potential PhD students to start work in our lab in the Fall of 2019. We are seeking highly motivated students with interests (and some prior experience) in human decision making and learning. Full details about the project and a link to the application can be found here. This is a fully-funded PhD position and it will be availabe either as a 1+3 (MSc leading to a PhD) or a +3 option (for those with a relevant MSc degree). Please make sure to include a detailed description of your research interests along with a CV highlighting your current achievements and expertise. All informal enquiries should be sent to Dr. Philiastides.
We welcome prospective postdoctoral fellows interested in applying for a Marie Curie Individual Fellowship to conduct research in our lab (Fall deadline). We would be happy to consider project proposals or share ideas that could be developed into fleshed out research projects in our lab. These would typically involve a broad spectrum of ideas ranging from multimodal neuroimaging work on human decision making and learning (see our Research pages) to collaborative decision-making between humans and artificial intelligence (AI) agents via neurophysiologically-informed human-AI interactions. Interested individuals should email Dr. Philiastides directly. Along with your inquiry, please attach a detailed description of your research interests and a copy of your CV, highlighting your current achievements and expertise.
Prospective postdoctoral fellows interested in applying for external funding and are considering our Institute/Lab as a potential host organisation are encouraged to get in touch with Dr. Philiastides directly. We would be happy to consider project proposals for a number of fellowship opportunities, including but not limited to: Marie Curie Individual Fellowships (Fall deadline), British Academy Postodoctoral Fellowships (Fall deadline), Leverhulme Trust Early Career Fellowships (Spring deadline), Newton International Fellowships (Spring deadline; only for candidates coming from overseas). It is imperative that you get in touch with us well in advance of the advertised deadlines to discuss potential opportunities in our lab and agree on a research project. Along with your inquiry, please attach a detailed description of your research interests and a copy of your CV, highlighting your current achievements and expertise.
We are always on the lookout for highly-motivated students (undergraduate and postgraduate) and post-doctoral associates to join our research team. For more information on current projects and on how to get involved email Dr. Philiastides with a detailed CV and a short description of your interests and expertise (note that we are also interested to hear from individuals with a background in the formal and/or applied sciences - e.g., computer science, mathematics, engineering - as we continue to develop more sophisticated tools for algorithmic decoding and classification of neural data).
The excellent research infrastructure at the university and our dedicated neuroimaging facilities together with the opportunity to interact and collaborate with colleagues with a diverse set of research interests within our Institute and across the university (e.g., Computer Science, Physics, Engineering, Medicine, etc) provide a highly stimulating and productive research environment.
Finally, note that we also regularly offer fully funded opportunities for postdoctoral associates and postgraduate students directly through our lab. These positions will be posted here as they become available.
Meet our team of current and past postgraduate students, post-doctoral fellows and research interns
Discover our research interests and our lab’s general research methodology in multimodal brain imaging
We aim to share data and code for a number of our ongoing experiments and recently published work