VisionScienceList: assist prof tenure track position, Emory University

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Date: Mon Oct 16 2000 - 14:05:40 PDT

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    The Psychobiology Program of the Emory University Department of
    Psychology seeks applications for a full-time, tenure-track ASSISTANT
    PROFESSOR position beginning in the Fall of 2001. The psychobiology
    program focuses on behavior, investigating biological mechanisms
    ranging from molecular to social. We seek an individual conducting
    experimental research in behavioral neuroscience, particularly
    employing genetic or other molecular approaches. Behavioral endpoints
    must be a central research focus and individuals exploring behavioral
    neuroscience in naturalistic contexts are especially encouraged to
    The successful candidate will have the opportunity to participate in the
    newly formed Center For Behavioral Neuroscience which emphasizes
    neurobiological studies of fear, affiliation, reproduction, and
    aggression across a consortium of Atlanta area Colleges and
    Universities and provides access to six technical cores ranging from
    molecular and imaging techniques to behavioral technology. Nonhuman
    resources are available to Psychology Department faculty through the
    Regional Primate Research Center of Emory University. The successful
    candidate will have a strong commitment to teaching at both the
    graduate and undergraduate levels, will establish an independent
    program, and will obtain extramural grant support. A Ph.D., or
    equivalent, is required. Please submit vita, supporting materials, and
    at least three letters of recommendation to: Chair, Psychobiology
    Search Committee, Department of Psychology, Emory University, Atlanta,
    GA 30322.

    Review of applications will begin November 1, 2000. Emory University
    is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer.

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