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HORIZON 2020 -Marie Sklodowska-Curie Actions

at Trinity College Dublin


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HORIZON 2020 -Marie Sklodowska-Curie Actions at Trinity College Dublin

Trinity College Institute of Neuroscience (TCIN) is looking for highly-motivated neuroscientists interested to participate in Marie Skłodowska-Curie Actions funding programme H2020-MSCA-IF-2016.

TCIN leads brain research in Ireland and is the country’s only dedicated neuroscience research institute. TCIN is an interdisciplinary research institute with research areas from a wide range of disciplines including psychology, physiology, biochemistry, engineering, psychiatry and genetics - please have a look at the list of our PIs. TCIN stands up for a new model in integrative research targeting collaborations and development of novel techniques in neuroscience.

In addition to the attractive employment conditions, Marie Curie researchers have access to a generous Living, Mobility and Family allowance plus a contribution for Research, training and networking costs.

Potential applicants should have a PhD or more than 4 years research experience, and be either resident in the European Union or outside. You are welcome to apply if you have not carried out research in Ireland more than 12 months in the last three years. Research proposals entail a period of 12-24 months at TCIN, providing an outstanding opportunity for young researchers to build their careers in research and industry.

Your application should include:
·         Cover letter, expressing your research interests (max 500 words);
·         Curriculum Vitae, including the list of publications.

Please send your application no later than Friday 30th July 2016 to:

Applications will be selected within one week. Selected applications will receive TCIN full support to develop a Marie Curie Fellowship funding bid (deadline early September 2016) that will be submitted by TCIN through the EC Participant Portal.

Before sending us your interest in applying for Marie Curie Fellowship funding bid, please read carefully the following Guide for Applicants as it will give you an insight on MCSA application procedure and forms. The Guide, together with other relevant documents are published on the participant portal  H2020-MSCA-IF-2016

For more information please contact Ciaran Conneely: Email,,



Last updated 17 June 2016


In association with:
Ireland's EU Structural Funds Programmes 2007-2013, NDP, European Union Structural Funds and HEA