[visionlist] Tenure-track position at UMass Boston

Erik Blaser erik.blaser at umb.edu
Fri Dec 30 20:26:11 GMT 2005


Tenure-Track Assistant Professor in Behavioral or Cognitive  
Neuroscience. The Department of Psychology at University of  
Massachusetts Boston invites applications for a tenure-track  
Assistant Professor in behavioral or cognitive neuroscience beginning  
Fall, 2006. Requirements include a Ph.D. in Psychology (or related  
field) and clear evidence of potential for excellence in both  
research and teaching. This position is part of a departmental  
commitment to build strength in developmental, cognitive and neural  
sciences. Although we are particularly interested in candidates whose  
interests span these areas, research specialty is open and may  
include one or more of the following areas: neural plasticity,  
neurodevelopmental disorders, neuroendocrinology, neuroimmunology,  
learning, memory, perception, development. The successful candidates  
are expected to teach core undergraduate courses (e.g., Behavioral  
Neuroscience; Learning and Memory; Cognitive Science; Research  
Methods) and advanced courses in the specialty. UMass Boston has  
strong traditions of diversity and interdisciplinary research and  
seeks candidates who will foster these traditions.

Applicants should submit a curriculum vitae and a letter describing  
their research and teaching interests along with (p)reprints of  
publications, and arrange for at least three letters of  
recommendation to be sent to Dr. Celia Moore, Psychology Dept Search  
#435c, UMass Boston, 100 Morrissey Blvd., Boston, MA 02125.  
Applications are accepted immediately. Review of applications is  
ongoing and will continue until the position is filled. Position is  
contingent upon availability of funding. For more information about  
the Psychology Department visit our website at http://psych.umb.edu.  
UMass Boston is an Affirmative Action, Equal Opportunity, Title IX  
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