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Research Assistant - Cambridge

Location: DPUK , University of Cambridge, Clinical Neurosciences

Salary: £29,605-£33,966 per annum  

Vacancy ID : ZE39229

The closing date for this post is 30th November 2023.

DPUK team is looking for a Research Assistant to support the Dementia's Platform UK II team based at University of Cambridge . This is an excellent opportunity to gain hands-on experience in dementia research while working with leading clinicians and scientists. The role involves recruiting participants, collecting and analysing cognitive, behavioural, and brain imaging data. 
Apply now if you are passionate about making a difference in dementia research.

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Research Assistant (Fixed Term) - Job Opportunities - University of Cambridge


Part-time Communications Officer - Oxford

Location: DPUK , University of Oxford, Department of Psychiatry

Grade 6: £32,332-£38,205 (discretionary range to £41,732) per annum pro rata

Vacancy ID : 169253

The closing date for this post is Midday, 4th December 2023.

Applications are invited for a part-time Communications Officer (40% FTE) to work on Dementias Platform UK (DPUK), a project aiming to accelerate progress in dementia research. The post will support the all-round promotion of DPUK’s work during its second phase of funding.

The post is based in the Department of Psychiatry at the Warneford Hospital and is for a fixed term (funded to Dec 2025).

You will work to the Communications Manager and deliver priority activities including engaging with researchers in the DPUK community; planning and implementing social media communication; refreshing and creating new web content; and helping to co-ordinate and promote our varied programme of online and in-person events for researchers and the public.

You will be educated to degree level or equivalent. With excellent writing, editing and proof-reading skills, you will be confident creating and editing multimedia content, and be able to assimilate complex information quickly and make it accessible for a broader audience. A science background or experience in a science or research communications role would be desirable.

Apply and get more details about the job