1) Participants needed for brain stimulation study!
2) Paid Participants Needed for Behavioural Study
3) CSAR Student Award programme 2017
4) Participants for a research study at the Department of Engineering
5) Research Participants Wanted for Study
Queens’ is introducing a prize scheme to recognise outstanding contributions to College education. The scheme is open to members of the MCR who teach Queens’ students, as well as to fellows, teaching associates, postdoctoral research associates and staff.
If you teach Queens’ students and would like to submit a case for recognition, you’ll need to write about 500 words and to submit your case by Friday 16 September (12.00 noon). A panel, chaired by the Senior Tutor and including student representation, will select outstanding cases and prizes will be awarded in Michaelmas Term 2016.
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There is a parallel process by which Queens’ undergraduates can nominate individuals whom they consider to have made a real difference to the education of Queens’ students.
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Our lab at the Department of Psychology at the University of Cambridge is currently looking for participants in psychological research. The purpose of this study is to examine the brain’s mechanisms for perception.
Most of the experiment will take place over separate days in the Department of Psychology (Downing Site, CB2 3EB). During the experiment, you will be asked to perform tasks, like pressing buttons on a keyboard. Two fMRI sessions will take place at the Cognition and Brain Sciences Unit (15 Chaucer Rd, CB2 7EF).
This study will include the following:
– Three sessions (each 1h) in which you will just perform a visual task in front of a screen. You will be compensated £7 per hour.
– Eight sessions (each 40min) that will involve the use of non-invasive Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation (TMS). The TMS technique we are going to use is a safe and widely used neurophysiologic method for non-invasive stimulation of the neural tissue of the brain in both clinical and research settings. It should not bring any lasting discomfort, but during the session you might experience gentle tapping feeling on the scalp. Eight of the total number of session includes TMS. You will be compensated £7.50 per hour.
– Two sessions (each 1h30min) in which you will undergo a Magnetic Resonance Imaging scan. This is a safe and widely used method in both clinical and research settings. You will have to lie still in the scanner and look at videos that are presented to you. You will be compensated £10 per hour.
For more details about the study, please see the document attached to this email. You will be asked to sign this document in our laboratory to confirm that you agree with the terms of the experiment.
How to take part:
– To be eligible to participate, you should have normal or corrected-to-normal vision without major visual impairments. Please note that during the experiment you will have to wear contact lenses, it will not be possible to wear your glasses.
– Please fill out this Screening Questionnaire: https://docs.google.com/forms/d/1UaoqTDwSsGpUcAe9o4deLUuqLy25SP3oJDJt4nLY_J0/viewform
– Next we will get in contact with you and invite you for your first experiment session.
During the experiment, you have the right to withdraw from the study at any time and you will be entitled to any agreed payment up to the point where you withdraw. The information which you supply will be processed in accordance with the provisions of the Data Protection Act 1998. No identifiable personal data will be published.
Dr. Reuben Rideaux
We are students looking for participants for a behavioural study to be conducted in July.
The Psychology Department’s Comparative Cognition Lab is looking for healthy volunteers that will be paid to take part in a behavioural study in which they have to judge whether a number presented on a monitor is smaller or larger than a seven.
The experiment will take place in the Cambridge University Psychology Department (http://tiny.cc/psychmap). The task will take approximately 20 minutes to complete and you will be compensated £3.
Participants should meet the following criteria:
– Aged 18 and over.
– Able to converse in English.
– Have normal colour vision.
If you are interested, kindly sign up via the link: http://tiny.cc/numberstudy
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The Cambridge Society for the Application of Research is pleased to announce the CSAR Student Award programme for 2017. Please find attached the on-line application and information forms.
I am a Research Associate working at the Department of Engineering of the University of Cambridge. I am currently conducting a study that investigates how people play at computer games. I need to recruit participants for this study. To participate, you must be a postgraduate student with a degree in engineering, aged between 22 and 35, and right-handed. The experiment will last approximately one hour. You will be paid £10 for your time. The study will take place in the Department of Engineering, Trumpington Street, Cambridge CB2 1PZ. You will receive more information about the exact location of the study once in contact.
If you wish to participate please contact: Dr Mariana Neroni: firstname.lastname@example.org.
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I hope to see you soon.
Are you more concerned than others about being dirty, and/or not being able to wash your hands? We are looking for healthy volunteers for participation in a paid research study at the University of Cambridge’s Behavioural and Clinical Neuroscience Institute (BCNI)!
The study consists of two visits (one week apart) at our laboratory where you will complete computer-based cognitive tests (3 hours/visit), and be exposed to potentially disgust inducing objects. Between the visits you will be asked to perform brief tasks on your iPhone a few times a day.
– You should be more concerned than others about being dirty and/or when you are not able to wash your hands.
– You should be between 18 and 65 years old and in good mental and physical health.
– You should own an iPhone
– You cannot participate if you are currently pregnant.
Volunteers will be paid for completion of the study (£7.5 per hour), and travel expenses will be covered. The study will take place at the BCNI, Downing site (City Centre). If you are interested, please contact Mr. Baland Jalal at email@example.com or 07533 969609.
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I’m a DPhil student at the Department of Oncology, University of Oxford and am contacting you about open positions within BioStars (biostars.co) bio-entrepreneurship programme for students and postdocs. Our mission is to encourage students and postdocs (from across disciplines) to get involved in healthcare entrepreneurship and support maximising the translation of health and life sciences innovation.
Joining our the BioStars team will allow students, postdocs and researchers to gain vast expertise to entrepreneurship, whilst encouraging stronger ties between your institution and our industrial partners.
If you have any questions please do not hesitate to contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org or have a look at our website: biostars.co.
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Department of Oncology, University of Oxford
Weatherall Institute of Molecular Medicine, John Radcliffe Hospital | OX3 9DS | Oxford UK
BioStars Co-ordinator for Panacea Innovation
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Nearest application deadline: Monday 4 July, 2016
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