Supervised by Prof. Rhodri Cusack, Trinity College Institute of Neuroscience, Trinity College Dublin. Investigate which neuroimaging markers in the first year of life best predict individual differences in cognitive outcome at 2 years of age using the Foundations of Cognition (FOUNDCOG) dataset. FOUNDCOG is a longitudinal neurodevelopment study of infants born at term (80%) and preterm infants that spent time in the neonatal intensive care (NICU) (20%). Awake fMRI is acquired at 2 months and 9 months of age with subsequent cognitive follow up at 18 and 24 months.

• Position is jointly funded by funded by The FOUNDCOG ERC Advanced Grant and Siemens Healthineers.
• Annual stipend of €25,000 and EU Fees.
• To apply send Cover Letter, CV, sample of academic writing and two references to: Tamrin Holloway, 

Selection will begin Oct 1, 2023 and remain open until a suitable candidate is found.