The Gillan Lab at Trinity College Dublin is looking for a Research Fellow to work on an exciting project that will develop passive smartphone metrics of cognitive fluctuations, incorporating research in large general population samples as well as patient groups, including psychiatric populations and patients with Lewy body dementia. They will work closely with a PhD student working on this project, with applications in understanding psychosis. The post is funded for 3 years, with ideal start date in September 2024 – but considerable flexibility around that.
The role arises from a grant from the Health Research Board in the Republic of Ireland. There
is considerable scope for input in design of research questions that fall within the remit of
using smartphone data to study dynamic fluctuations in cognition over time, using both
passive and active assessments.
The Research Fellow will join a growing team of PhD students, postdoctoral fellows, and app
developers in the Gillan lab and will participate in regular lab meetings, learn about diverse
methodologies in mental health science and have the opportunity to attend international
Closing date March 1st. Post specifications can be found here.