Seminario Neurociencias y Aprendizaje Escolar (descuento con Comunidad RELIF)

¡Celebramos un nuevo convenio con el Área de Psicología del Conocimiento y Aprendizaje de la FLACSO Argentina!

Si formás parte de la comunidad RELIF Argentina podés acceder a un descuento especial para inscribirte a la 3º edición del Seminario “Neurociencias y Aprendizaje escolar. Aportes y perspectivas críticas”.

Descubrí los aportes de las neurociencias a los procesos ligados al aprendizaje y al desarrollo de la educación junto a la Dra. Valeria Abusamra y un panel de expertos.
La propuesta está dirigida a profesionales del ámbito de la educación, de la salud y a todo público interesado en la temática.
Para acceder al beneficio, enviá un mail a relifargentina@gmail.com

Duración: 1 mes | Iniciamos en octubre.
Modalidad 100% Online
Más información del seminario y de los encuentros con expertos, entrá a este sitio.

Cerebro y Mujer II: Mitos, Realidades, Distintas Perspectivas

Cerebro y Mujer II: Mitos, Realidades, Distintas Perspectivas
Desde la Unidad Ejecutora de Estudios en Neurociencias y Sistemas Complejos (ENyS, CONICET-HEC-UNAJ) y la Red Argentina de Género, Ciencia y Tecnología (RAGCyT), invitamos a participar de la Segunda Edición de “Cerebro y Mujer”, un ciclo de conferencias quincenales que se llevarán a cabo de manera virtual entre mayo y noviembre de 2021, los viernes de 18 a 20.
Más información aquí.

Curso Teórico-Práctico en Neurociencias del Lenguaje – A Distancia

Curso Teórico-Práctico en Neurociencias del Lenguaje – A Distancia

Denominación:
Curso Teórico-Práctico en Neurociencias del Lenguaje (2021)
Código: nciLENG21
Modalidad: A Distancia
Carga Horaria: 64 horas
Duración: 8 meses
Apertura de inscripción: 07/10/2020
Cierre de inscripción: 08/05/2021
Inicio de clases: 08/05/2021
Finalización de clases: 11/12/2021
Cronograma: 08 de mayo; 12 de junio; 17 de julio (3º sábado por fin de semana largo); 21 de agosto (3º sábado por fin de semana largo); 11 de Septiembre; 16 de octubre (3º sábado por fin de semana largo); 13 de noviembre; 11 de diciembre.

Las fechas pueden sufrir modificaciones en casos de feriados
Horarios: 09:00 a 17:00 hs.

Para más información, aquí.

ECN PhD Fellowships 2021

ECN PhD Fellowships 2021
Funding for a competitive neuroscience program.
The application phase ends on 11 January 2021, 23:59:59 CET.
The Einstein Center for Neuroscience in Berlin (ECN) offers fellowships for a competitive neuroscience program, to start in October 2021. After 6 months of lab rotations and training, students decide on a lab for their doctoral project and may join the doctoral programs Medical Neurosciences, the Berlin School of Mind and Brain, or the Computational Neuroscience program of the Bernstein Center for Computational Neuroscience Berlin.

International post-graduate students as well as excellent undergraduate students with a Bachelor’s degree with a background in the natural sciences, psychology, linguistics,  mathematics, among others, are welcome to apply.

Link to ECN website
Link to ECN application page

Berlin School of Mind and Brain – Doctoral Funding and Program 2021

Berlin School of Mind and Brain – Doctoral Funding and Program 2021
Call for students with or without secured funding for a doctoral project.

Read more about the program
The application phase ends on 15 January 2021, 23:59:59 CET.

FUNDING
(a) Several “Mind & Brain” scholarships
In 2021, the Berlin School of Mind and Brain will once again offer a number of three-year “Mind & Brain” scholarships. The amount is 1,468 EUR per month.vStart of the doctoral program of the Berlin School of Mind and Brain is October 2021.

(b) Two three-year DAAD scholarships
In 2021, two three-year scholarships will be funded by the German Academic Exchange Service (DAAD) as part of their Graduate School Scholarship Programme (GSSP). They are reserved for the best international students coming to Germany from abroad for their doctoral studies (or after residing in
Germany only for a short while at the time of the application – see below for details).

Eligibility for DAAD scholarships
— At the time when the DAAD receives the nomination letter from the Berlin School of Mind and Brain (April/May 2021), the last final exam (Master’s degree or equivalent) of the student must not have taken place longer than six years ago.
— At the time when DAAD receives the nomination letter from us (April/May 2021), applicants must not have resided in Germany for more than 15 months (i.e., not before February/March 2020).
— The scholarship amount is 1,200 EUR per month plus funding for travel expenses, insurances, research support, family support, German-language courses, etc.

START OF PROGRAM
Start of the doctoral program of the Berlin School of Mind and Brain is October 2021.

Link to website
Link to funding page for both scholarships
Link to application pages

Job opportunity – Postdoc in Eye Tracking/Neuroscience of Reading/Discourse Comprehension at the University of Colorado Boulder

Job opportunity – Postdoc in Eye Tracking/Neuroscience of Reading/Discourse Comprehension at the University of Colorado Boulder

The Institute of Cognitive Science (ICS) at the University of Colorado Boulder anticipates hiring a full-time postdoctoral fellow starting Summer/Fall 2021 for one year and renewable for a second year.

The candidate will collaborate on research projects involving eye-tracking and neuroimaging (fNIRS/EEG) during reading comprehension and complex learning from text. The candidate will work with Dr. Sidney D’Mello and will play a co-leadership role in a vibrant research team encompassing researchers in Cognitive Science, Psychology/Neuroscience, and Computer Science.

What We Require
– Ph.D. in Cognitive Science, Cognitive Psychology, Cognitive Neuroscience, or a related field at the time of appointment.
– Research experience in one or more of the following areas (eye tracking during reading comprehension, neuroscience of reading (fMRI, fNIRS, EEG), discourse comprehension, computational text analysis).
– Basic scripting/programming skills (e.g., R, Python).

Note: Application materials will not be accepted via email. For consideration, applications must be submitted through CU Boulder Jobs.
For further details and to apply

Curso Teórico-Práctico en Neurociencias del Lenguaje

CURSO TEÓRICO-PRÁCTICO EN NEUROCIENCIAS DEL LENGUAJE

Denominación: Curso Teórico-Práctico en Neurociencias del Lenguaje (2021)
Código: nciLENG21
Modalidad: A Distancia
Carga Horaria: 64 horas
Duración: 8 meses
Apertura de inscripción: 07/10/2020
Cierre de inscripción: 08/05/2021
Inicio de clases: 08/05/2021
Finalización de clases: 11/12/2021
Cronograma: 08 de mayo; 12 de junio; 17 de julio (3º sábado por fin de semana largo); 14 de agosto; 11 de Septiembre; 9 de octubre; 13 de noviembre; 11 de diciembre.Las fechas pueden sufrir modificaciones en casos de feriados
Horarios: 09:00 a 17:00 hs.
Programa Académico: Clic aquí para descargar

Director
Prof. Dra. María Macarena MARTÍNEZ CUITIÑO CARRICABURO
Coordinador
Lic. Alicia OLMEDO
Docente
Prof. Lic. Juan Pablo BARREYRO
Lic. Geraldine BOROVINSKY
Lic. Claudia Andrea CID
Dra. Julieta Carolina FUMAGALLI
Lic. Leonor Juana KIBRIK
Lic. Nancy Rita MANTIÑAN
Prof. Federico Gonzalo SORIANO
Lic. Brenda Belén STEEB
Prof. Lic. Dolores Jazmín ZAMORA

Más información aquí.

PhD Studentships in Language Sciences at the University of Reading

PhD Studentships in Language Sciences at the University of Reading

The School of Psychology and Clinical Language Sciences at the University of Reading is inviting applicants for PhD studentships to work on topics within the Language, Development and Ageing Research Division. This research division conducts research in psycholinguistics and neurolinguistics, language development, bi-/multilingualism, and language disorders. We are looking for students interested in pursuing PhD projects along these broad themes. Successful applicants will have full access to facilities within the School, which include eye-tracking, TMS, EEG and MRI, and will become members of various labs and research centres across the School and university. This includes the Psycholinguistics and Neurolinguistics Lab and the Acquired Brain and Communication Disorders Lab within the School, and the Centre for Literacy and Multilingualism and the Centre for Integrative Neuroscience and Neurodynamics across the university. A number of PhD studentships are currently available for study beginning in October 2018, as described below.

SeNNS Doctoral Training Partnership
The University of Reading is part of the ESRC funded SeNSS Doctoral Training Partnership which awards studentships for either 3-year PhD study, or combined MSc/PhD study involving a 1-year MSc followed by 3-year PhD. These studentships are open to UK and EU residents on a fees + yearly stipend basis (for UK residents) or a fees only basis (for EU residents). The deadline for applications for these studentships is January 15th, 2018.

Magdalen Vernon Studentship
The School of Psychology and Clinical Language Sciences also offers funding via the Magdalen Vernon Studentship. This year, one studentship will be available within the Language, Development and Ageing Research Division. This studentship is open to UK, EU and international students and covers fees at the UK/EU rate plus a yearly stipend. International students are welcome to apply but must be able to pay the difference between UK/EU and international fees. The application deadline for this studentship is December 13th, 2017.

University International Research Studentships
The University of Reading also offers studentships to international (non-UK/EU) students. This year, seven International Research Studentships will be available across the university. One award will be made on a fees + stipend basis, while six awards will be made on a fees-only basis. The deadline for applications for International Studentships is January 26th, 2018.Further information on all schemes is available via the university’s Graduate School Website. Interested applicants should contact the School of Psychology and Clinical Language Sciences at pcls.pgr@reading.ac.uk to register their interest in applying. Interested applications should also contact potential supervisors at Reading (see staff list within the School here) to discuss their proposal and application.

Prof. Ludovica Serratrice
Director of the Centre for Literacy and Multilingualism
University of Reading
School of Psychology and Clinical Language Sciences
Harry Pitt Building Reading RG6 7BE

Twitter @ludoserratrice
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