[visionlist] Assistant/Associate Professor - Education & Neuroscience, ECAE, Abu Dhabi
claudine.habak at gmail.com
Wed Dec 11 15:13:13 -04 2019
*Assistant/Associate Professor - Education & NeuroscienceInstitution:
Emirates College for Advanced EducationLocation: Abu Dhabi, United Arab
The Emirates College for Advanced Education (ECAE) and its Cognitive
Neuroimaging Unit (CNU) invite applicants to the Educational Neuroscience
Program at the Assistant or Associate Professor rank.
Current areas of research at the CNU include lifespan development and
learning, perception, language systems, and non-cognitive skills. In
addition, there is opportunity for collaboration with other groups at ECAE,
such as learners with special needs. The CNU's laboratory holds shared
platforms: behavioral testing tools, along with EEG, NIRS, and Neuro
feedback. Complementary research in all areas related to the brain sciences
and learning are welcome.
The successful candidate is expected to have a research program in an area
related to cognitive function with applications to education, direct
graduate students in research, and exhibit a commitment to excellence in
teaching university-level courses.
· Hold a PhD in Neuroscience, Psychology, or related fields, from an
· Strong record of publication in the candidate's area of expertise
· Evidence of teaching at the university level
*Interested candidates should submit the following documents:*
· A full CV
· A teaching statement (maximum 2 pages)
· A research statement (maximum 2 pages)
The ECAE's benefits package is highly attractive with competitive salaries
free of tax in the United Arab Emirates, a generous cost of living
allowance, annual vacation tickets for the employee and immediate family,
educational subsidies for children and subsidized healthcare provided to
the employee and sponsored family members.
*Online App. Form: *http://www.ecae.ac.ae/working-at-ecae.html
*Email Address: *academic.rec at ecae.ac.ae
Claudine Habak, Ph.D.
Cognitive Neuroimaging Unit
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