[vslist] Cognitive Neuroscience Faculty Position

Sarah Creem-Regehr sarah.creem at csbs.utah.edu
Thu Sep 9 11:37:23 GMT 2004


Cognitive Neuroscience at the University of Utah. The Department of 
Psychology at the University of Utah invites applications for a 
tenure-track faculty position in COGNITIVE NEUROSCIENCE, at the 
assistant or associate professor level. We are seeking an individual 
with a strong experimental research program in human cognitive 
neuroscience, involving basic processes of perception, attention, 
memory, language, higher cognitive functions, or motor control. 
Applicants should also have the ability to teach both undergraduate and 
graduate courses in areas of cognition and neuroscience.

The Department of Psychology values interdisciplinary approaches to 
research and training, and strongly encourages collaboration across four 
traditional programs (Clinical, Developmental, Social, and Cognition and 
Neural Sciences). The Cognition and Neural Sciences Program promotes 
multidisciplinary collaboration outside of the Department of Psychology 
with active ties to the School of Computing, the Business School, 
Anesthesiology, Neurology, Psychiatry, and the Salt Lake Veterans 
Administration Medical Center. The Psychology Department is one of 
several departments that contributes to the Universitys highly-ranked 
interdepartmental graduate program in Neuroscience. Resources are 
available for fMRI and MEG in collaboration with the Utah Center for 
Advanced Imaging Research and the Department of Radiology.

Please send a letter detailing current research and teaching interests, 
a vita, representative reprints or preprints of publications and three 
(four for the Associate Professor level) letters of reference by 
November 15, 2004 to: Cognition and Neural Sciences Search Committee, 
Department of Psychology, 380 S. 1530 E., Room 502, University of Utah, 
Salt Lake City, UT 84112. The University of Utah is an Affirmative 
Action/Equal Opportunity Employer and strongly encourages applications 
from women and minorities and provides reasonable accommodation to the 
known disabilities of applicants and employees.





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