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Faculty Positions in Basic and Clinical Neuroscience Research

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Posted: 12/22/2013
Job Title: Faculty Positions in Basic and Clinical Neuroscience Research
Employer: Upstate Medical University
Location: Syracuse, New York
Description:

SUNY Upstate Medical University seeks scientists studying mechanisms of neurobiological function, disease and dysfunction at cellular, molecular and systems levels. Multiple tenure-track positions are open at senior and junior faculty levels of the New York State Empire Innovator Program, which aims to recruit world-class faculty to the SUNY system.

Areas of particular interest include, but are not limited to neurotraumatic, neurodegenerative and neurodevelopmental disorders. Candidates utilizing stem cell biology, biomarker development, or cutting-edge optical approaches are especially encouraged to apply. Positions are open to individual applicants or to research teams. Significant current external research funding strongly preferred, and required for senior applicants.

SUNY Upstate offers a highly competitive hard-moneyed state-line salary, a generous start-up package and access to a unique, integrated clinical-basic science research environment. Neuroscientists at Upstate benefit from a new research building featuring 100,000 sq. ft. laboratory space equipped with state of the art facilities (see http://www.upstate.edu/neuroscience).

Requirements:

Successful candidates will hold joint appointments in a basic science and one of several clinical departments, and will be expected to maintain a vigorous and independently funded research program.

Contact:

Applicants should submit a curriculum vitae, statement of research interests and three letters of reference, to: EIP Faculty Search c/o Barbara Humphrey, SUNY Upstate Medical University, 750 East Adams Street, Syracuse, NY 13210, email: eisearch@upstate.edu, or apply online, listing #036887.


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