Cognitive Neuroscience Positions In Alberta

Mike Dawson mike at bcp.psych.ualberta.ca
Mon Oct 2 15:45:51 EST 1995


DEPARTMENT OF PSYCHOLOGY, UNIVERSITY OF ALBERTA


Three Tenure-Track Assistant Professor Positions in Cognitive Neuroscience



The Department of Psychology, Faculty of Science at the University of
Alberta, is seeking to expand its development in the Cognitive
Neurosciences.  Three tenure-track positions in Cognitive Neuroscience at
the assistant professor level will be open to competition (salary range
$39,230 - $55,526).  The first appointment will be effective July 1, 1996.
The second and third appointments will take effect July 1, 1997.

Candidates should have a strong interest in neuroscience with demonstrated
excellence and ongoing research programs.  The expectation is that the
successful candidate will secure NSERC, MRC, or equivalent funding.  Hiring
decisions will be made on the basis of demonstrated research capability,
teaching ability, and the potential for interactions with colleagues.
Applicants should have an expertise in any of the following or related
areas: perception, language, neural plasticity, development and aging,
attention, motor control, emotion, or memory.

The applicant should send a curriculum vitae, the names of at least three
references, a statement of current and future research plans, and reprints or
recent publications, to the Chair of the Cognitive Neuroscience Search
Committee, Department of Psychology, P-220 Biological Sciences Building,
University of Alberta, Edmonton, Alberta, Canada, T6G 2E9.  Applications
for the initial competition should be received by December 31, 1995.   PhD
must be completed by July 1, 1996.

In accordance with Canadian Immigration requirements, this competition is
directed at Canadian Citizens and permanent residents of Canada.  The
University of Alberta is committed to the principle of equity in employment.
As an employer we welcome diversity in the workplace and encourage
applications from all qualified women and men, including Aboriginal
peoples, persons with disabilities, and members of visible minorities.





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Michael R.W. Dawson | email: mike at psych.ualberta.ca | Phone: (403)-492-5175
Biological Computation Project, Department of Psychology
University of Alberta, Edmonton, AB CANADA T6G 2E9
http://web.psych.ualberta.ca/~mike/dawsonm.html



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