Inspecting a brain sample in the neuroscience laboratories

We are currently recruiting a number of positions across Imperial College London and the University of Surrey. Please check the UK DRI jobs board for emerging opportunities.



Lecturer in Sleep and Neurodegeneration

You will be part of a team of sleep and circadian rhythm researchers that focusses on understanding the role of sleep in neurodegeneration. The sleep team collaborates closely with the Centre for Vision, Speech and Signal Analysis (CVSSP), the Department of Mathematics in the Faculty of Engineering and Physical Sciences and researchers across the DRI Care Research & Technology Centre.

As part of this team, you will develop your own group and make an impact in the assessment and support of those at living with dementia or at risk of developing the condition.

The ideal candidate will have a strong background in human sleep physiology, EEG analysis, circadian rhythms and experience in working with patient populations.



Reader/Professor in Sleep and Circadian Technology

This permanent post is funded by the University of Surrey and the Dementia Research Institue as part of the Engineering Integrated Dementia Care centre, which is a collaboration between Imperial College London and the University of Surrey.

The ideal candidate will have a strong background in sleep, EEG and circadian technology for the home-environment.



Research Fellow in Circadian Technology and Dementia

This is an exciting opportunity to become part of a comprehensive research programme into the development and validation of technology relevant to dementia. The successful candidate will work across a variety of tasks and research methods to develop and evaluate technology for circadian rhythms and sleep monitoring in humans.

We are therefore looking for a highly motivated individual who holds a PhD in a relevant area and has an interest in circadian rhythms, technology and data science/machine learning.