|Antonia Hamilton's lab for Social Cognition|
Postdoctoral Research Associates
I do not have funding for postdoctoral positions at present. Do contact me (a.hamilton - at - ucl.ac.uk) if you would like to apply for funding to join the lab.
PhD position in social interaction
I am pleased to advertise a PhD studentship studying dyadic social interaction. Deadline: 30th November 2016
I will not be taking on any other PhD candidates in 2017.
In general, I rarely have funding for PhD positions but am happy to support strong candidates to apply for PhD funding. Deadlines are typically in early December. Topics can be flexible within the domain of work going on in the lab (see recent publications). Some possible projects are listed below, but other related questions are also possible.
To apply for a PhD email me in September/October with a CV and an idea of what area you want to study. I will review all the CVs and will interview candidates by late November. I can support 1 or 2 candidates per year to complete a full application, and will work with those people in December / January to get the best funding. Applications after 1st December can't be considered because there isn't time to get funding.
We do not offer unpaid internships because they seem unfair (see this cartoon). The Nuffield Foundation and the Wellcome Vaction Scholarships might be able to fund an intership, so do discuss if you want to apply.
I am always interested in discussing other collaborations or postdoctoral projects. Possible funding sources include the EU Marie Curie International Incoming Fellowships can support applicants from outside Europe (annual deadline in August). The Newton International Fellowships are a great scheme to support post-doctoral work in the UK (annual deadline in April).
If you are interested in applying for any of these, do email a.hamilton - at - ucl.ac.uk with a CV and details of your research interests
How to apply
If you are interested in any of these positions, please email a.hamilton -at- ucl.ac.uk with a CV and details of your research interests well in advance of the relevant deadline.
Institute of Cognitive Neuroscience, University College London, Alexandra House, 17 Queen Square, London, WC1N 3AR a.hamilton - at - ucl.ac.uk