Detailed Job Description
Tenure-track position in Behavioral Neuroscience to start August 2015.
Teach graduate and undergraduate courses in Behavioral Neuroscience, develop and maintain an active research program and provide service to the University.
Ph.D. and postdoctoral experience, promise toward developing a strong research and publication record, a strong commitment to both graduate and undergraduate training, and the ability to teach graduate and undergraduate courses in Behavioral Neuroscience. Research interests should focus on examining the neurobiology of behavior at the molecular, cellular, and/or systems levels using animal models, and complement existing departmental interests in learning & memory, emotion, decision making, development, mental health, substance abuse, and psychoneuroimmunology.
Special Instructions to Applicants
Submit curriculum vitae, cover letter, a statement of research plans, a statement of undergraduate and graduate teaching interests, three letters of reference, and .pdfs of 3-5 representative publications. If electronic submission is not possible, hard copies can be sent to Yvette R. Harris, Ph.D. Chair of the Behavioral Neuroscience Search Committee, Department of Psychology, 90 North Patterson Avenue, Miami University, Oxford, Ohio 45056; direct inquiries to firstname.lastname@example.org or 513-529-2009.
Miami University has a modern Psychology building, state-of-the-art animal research facilities, and a strong collaborative program between the Psychology and Biology departments, including an interdisciplinary minor in Neuroscience.