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  • Neuroscientist - Faculty Research Position

    Job Number
    20706
    Job Type
    Regular Full-Time
    Division
    School Of Medicine
    Department
    SOM: Neurosurgery: Admin
    This position may involve the following Health and Safety issues:
    Not Applicable
    Required Documents
    Cover letter, List of 3 Recommenders, Research Statement
  • Description

    The Department of Neurosurgery at Emory University School of Medicine invites Ph.D. neuroscientists to apply for a faculty research position. The Department is seeking applications at the Assistant Professor level, but accomplished mid-career or senior scientists at the level of Associate or full Professor with strong records of research productivity, grant support and a demonstrated collaborative spirit are also encouraged to apply. Candidate research interests may focus on either basic or disease related neuroscience with special attention given to those applying state-of-the-art computational, imaging, and/or electrophysiological approaches to decipher human basic brain mechanisms. We are particularly interested in recruiting candidates that can lead or effectively collaborate with clinicians (functional neurosurgeons and neurologists) in patient-oriented research employing state of the art computational and machine learning approaches to decipher the brain’s algorithms of perception, learning, memory, cognition, emotions, and arousal.  The Department of Neurosurgery at Emory, including primary and affiliated faculty, has a culture of research with strong collaborative ties to Departments of Biomedical Engineering, Bioinformatics, Psychiatry, Neurology, and Physiology. Research centers established within the department are already focused on mechanisms and interventions related to learning and memory, emotion, sleep-wake control, and behavioral neuromodulation. Applicants should submit a cover letter with a research statement and CV, as well as a list of at least 3 references as a single .pdf file.

     

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