Postdoctoral Research in Music Therapy

Postdoctoral Research in Music Therapy

Thursday, 1 March 2018, 11.55pm

An opportunity has arisen for a Post-Doctoral Research Fellow to join Anglia Ruskin University’s developing Cambridge Institute for Music Therapy Research in the Faculty of Arts, Law and Social Sciences. In this role, you’ll contribute to research projects based around music therapy and dementia, and other areas, working in collaboration with a multi-university International Consortium for Research in Music Therapy. A major element of the role will be to assist in bid–writing to apply for funding to establish the future sustainability of projects. You’ll also support research projects in areas including music and the brain, music therapy and neuroscience, adult mental health, autism, children and families and end of life care.

With a PhD in Music Therapy or near completion or other post-graduate research qualification (e.g. MRes, MPhil) and a developing publication profile commensurate with the stage of your career, you’ll be experienced in undertaking research. With excellent written and oral communication skills, you’ll also have experience of undertaking applied 
qualitative and/or quantitative research projects that include the analysis of data.

See further details at the link below. 


Published on 1 February 2018

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