|Position ID:||Duke-Neuro-NEUROAP [#991]|
|Position Title:||Assistant Professor|
|Position Location:||Durham, North Carolina 27710-0001, United States [map]|
|Subject Area:||Neuroscience / all|
|Appl Deadline:||2012/06/29 finished (posted 2011/09/13, listed until 2012/06/29)|
|FACULTY APPOINTMENTS IN NEUROBIOLOGY|
Duke University Medical Center
Department of Neurobiology
Duke University is hiring up to ten TENURE-TRACK neuroscientists over the next 5 years into the Department of Neurobiology. We seek applications for up to 3 positions at this time. Appointments may be at any level, with a preference for Assistant Professors who would start their independent careers at Duke. Research programs may use approaches from molecular to systems and computational neuroscience to ask questions about the development and function of the brain. Successful candidates will have track records of creativity and productivity, demonstrated potential for outstanding future achievements, and a desire to participate in an exciting, interactive, and growing community. They will be expected to mount a productive and innovative research program, to obtain outside funding, and to participate actively in graduate training. Candidates must have a Ph.D., M.D., or equivalent degree. Qualified women and minority candidates are especially encouraged to apply. For full consideration, applications should be submitted by November 1, 2011, although applications will be considered until the positions are filled. Applicants should submit a curriculum vitae, a brief summary of current and proposed research, reprints of 3 key publications, and 3 letters of recommendations.
Questions may be directed to Stephen Lisberger, Chair-designate of the Department of Neurobiology and Chair of the Search Committee: LISBERGER@NEURO.DUKE.EDU
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