The Mind, Brain and Behavior Research Center (CIMCYC, https://cimcyc.ugr.es/en) of the University of Granada in Spain offers six 4-year research positions (full time) to carry out a PhD.
On the occasion of the International Day of Women and Girls in Science, the 11th of february, we will be holding a joint conference between the Federico Olóriz Neurosciences Institute and the Mind, Brain and Behaviour Research Centre (CIMCYC).
CIMCYC receives the Diversitas 2022 award
Laura E. Muñoz-García, Carmen Gómez-Berrocal and Juan Carlos Sierra have studied the four dimensions of the subjective experience of orgasm, both in the context of sexual intercourse and in the context of solo masturbation, reported by heterosexual, bisexual and homosexual men and women.
The startup Neuromindset (www.neuromindset.com), a spin-off of the UGR founded by Lina Cómbita and Joan Paul Pozuelos, has beaten more than 1,000 startups from around the world in the category Artificial Intelligence to promote self-regulated learning, one of the 5 specialized tracks of the international GESAwards (www.globaledtechawards.org), which select the most innovative initiatives in the field of education.
The Territorial Delegation of Employment of the Junta de Andalucía announces two positions at CIMCYC, corresponding to the Investigo Program (GR/INV/0007/2022).
2nd year bachelor students enrolled in the Psychology course had the opportunity to visit last Friday, November 11, one of the institutes that are at the forefront of research in Granada: The CIMCYC.
As part of the activities being organized at the CSIC for the 2022 Science and Technology Week, on Friday, November 11 at 7 pm, the director of CIMCYC, María Ruz, will give a talk entitled "Brains that build realities". The activity will be part of the session "What the mind tells us", which will also include the projection and discussion of the short film "Rejas", by Ignacio Castillo.
Luis Cásedas Alcaide, researcher at the Mind, Brain and Behavior Research Center (CIMCYC) and the Faculty of Psychology of the University of Granada (UGR), has received the Early Career Scientist Award (ECSA) of the American Mindfulness Research Association for best emerging researcher of 2022 in this field of research.
One more year, cities all over Europe celebrate the European Researchers' Night at the end of September. This year the event will take place on Friday 30th September, and in Granada it will be held at the Paseo del Salón with activities from early afternoon until late at night.