Research Assistant in Psychology / Neuroscience

Flexible University of Sussex, Brighton, UK

Working as a research assistant (RA) is a formidable opportunity to take on before - eventually - signing up for a PhD. It is a flexible and varied position, and a perfect position to develop key research skills like writing, data analysis or neuroimaging; and eventually later pursue a postgraduate program in psychology/neuroscience/neuropsychology. Check the opportunities below:

Funded RA positions at Sussex can be seen on the recruitment page.

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Sussex Junior Research Associate (JRA)

If you are a Sussex undergrad interested in developing your research skills and experience, you can apply to the Sussex Junior Research Associate (JRA) program to become a research associate and undertake an intensive eight-week research project. Find out more information on how to apply here.

Volunteer Research assistant

Check the voluntary internships page for more information.

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