[robotics-worldwide] Tenure Track Position: Movement Neuroscience
lobster at neu.edu
Thu Dec 17 13:03:50 PST 2009
Northeastern University, Boston, MA
The Departments of Biology and Physical Therapy at Northeastern University are seeking interdisciplinary applicants in experimental or computational Movement Neuroscience. All ranks will be considered. Individuals working on neurophysiological, biomechanical and executive functions in the control of movement, rehabilitation and restoration of function, development, sensorimotor integration, muscle function and other areas related to motor control are encouraged to apply. We are interested in individuals with a variety of research methods ranging from behavioral, neurophysiological, biomechanical, electrophysiological, engineering and imaging techniques. Applicants will be expected to support a strong research program and contribute to teaching in the area of neurobiology and biomechanics of movement at both the graduate and undergraduate levels. Successful applicants are expected to maintain an independent research program of distinction, as well as effective collaborations with other faculty at Northeastern University and institutions in the Boston area.
Qualifications include a strong record of scientific achievements and extramural funding commensurate with the level of the appointment, and a willingness to contribute to undergraduate and graduate teaching.
Start date: Fall 2010.
To apply, visit the College website http://www.northeastern.edu/cas/ and click on ‘Faculty Positions’. For questions about the search, call: Dagmar Sternad 617-373-5093.
Review of applications will begin January 15, 2010 and continue until the position is filled.
Northeastern University is an Equal Opportunity, Affirmative Action Educational Institution and Employer, Title IX University, and NSF funded ADVANCE Institutional Transformation site. Women and minority candidates are encouraged to apply.
Joseph Ayers, Professor
Department of Biology and
Marine Science Center
East Point, Nahant, MA 01908
Phone (781) 581-7370 x309(office), x335(lab)
Boston: 444 Richards Hall (617) 373-4044
Cellular (617) 755-7523, FAX: (781) 581-6076
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