The Neuroscience Program in the School of Behavioral and Brain Sciences (BBS) at the
University of Texas at Dallas seeks to fill a new tenured or tenure-track faculty position
in Neuroscience with an innovative investigator with research interests in neuroplasticity,
neurotechnology, and/or translational neuroscience.
For individuals seeking a tenured
position we are looking for an outstanding established scientist with a track record of
extramurally funded research. Tenure-track applicants should have substantive
postdoctoral training in their research area, and be capable of demonstrating their ability
to establish their own independent extramurally funded research program. This individual
will enhance and contribute to our neuroscience program's multidisciplinary core of
investigators studying systems and cellular level neuroscience including: learning and
memory, sensory systems, neuroengineering, aging, addiction and other areas (see
). This individual will teach in the undergraduate (Neuroscience
B.S.) and graduate (Cognition and Neuroscience Ph.D.) programs that attract students
with top academic ratings to our university, and complement the strengths of other BBS
programs in cognitive science, cognitive neuroscience, human physiology, audiology,
speech pathology, etc. The successful applicant will have a laboratory designed to their
needs, along with a highly competitive startup package and salary.
applications will begin immediately, and continue until the position is filled. For further
information, contact search chair Dr. Aage Møller (firstname.lastname@example.org
The website for submission of application materials is http://provost.utdallas.edu/facultyjobs/
Send a curriculum vita, a research and teaching plan, and three or more letters of reference to
Academic Search # pbi110830, The University of Texas at Dallas, P.O. Box 860688--MP
1.2, Richardson, TX 75083-0688.
The University of Texas at Dallas is an Affirmative
Action/Equal Opportunity Employer and encourages applications from candidates who
would enhance the diversity of the University's faculty.