15 PhD positions in Re-learning Perception Action In Rehabilitation

Os reenviamos un mensaje de nuestro compañero David Travieso (Universidad Autónoma de Madrid) sobre 15 plazas predoctorales en la ETN (European Training Network) REPAIRS, dentro del programa H2020 Marie Sklodowska-Curie Innovation Training Network.

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Within the REPAIRS network 15 PhD students will be recruited for a 3-year period (for PhD project 15 this will be a 4-year period) and receive an advanced interdisciplinary, intersectorial and international training provided by different universities, industry partners, rehabilitation centers and patient associations across Europe.

REPAIRS is a European Training Network (ETN) within the H2020 Marie Sklodowska-Curie Innovation Training Network programme, funded by the European Union. REPAIRS aims to improve the effectiveness of rehabilitation that is concerned with the restoration and enhancement of functional ability and quality of life of people with a movement disorder or disability related to perception and action. To this end REPAIRS combines insights from fundamental research on how individuals re-learn perception and action with cutting-edge rehabilitation practice using a systems perspective. 15 Early Stage Researchers (ESRs) will be employed as PhD students in the REPAIRS network covering a broad range of disciplines, ranging from human movement science, rehabilitation, behavioural sciences, engineering, machine learning, mathematical modelling at neural and behavioural level, to philosophy. The REPAIRS network consists of 20 partners (academic partners, clinical partners, industrial partners and patient organisations) to provide innovative training-through-research preparing the ESRs to become the next generation of creative, innovative and leading academic and entrepreneurial researchers.

More detailed information about the network, the training and the research can be found on: www.repairs-etn.eu.

The REPAIRS website contains detailed descriptions of each PhD project including a list of specific skills required for each project.

Apply here.

Deadline for applications: 28 February 2021

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