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Tenure-track position in Animal Behaviour

Position at: Memorial University of Newfoundland
The successful candidate will show evidence of an active research program that can attract external funding. The successful candidate will be expected to contribute to teaching courses within the area of animal behaviour and in other areas of Psychology appropriate to their expertise (e.g., Animal Cognition, Evolutionary Psychology, Applied Animal Behaviour, Introductory Psychology, etc.). Candidates will also demonstrate capacity for supervising Undergraduate Honours students in Psychology and graduate students in Psychology and/or the Cognitive and Behavioural Ecology Program (CABE- an interdisciplinary graduate program with core members from the Department of Psychology). CABE supervisors and collaborators come from the Departments of Biology and Ocean Sciences; the Marine Institute; Grenfell Campus, as well as from external partner organizations such as Environment Canada and the Department of Fisheries and Oceans. The successful candidate will be expected to foster and benefit from the program's interdisciplinary structure and the university's overarching commitment to interdisciplinary research.

Deadline: 2022-07-01

For more information, please contact:
Dr. Christina Thorpe
Psychology.Head@mun.ca


Full Ad: F02875 Advertisement Animal Behaviour May 2022.docx

Tenure-track Position in Behavioral Psychology

Position at: California State University, East Bay
California State University, East Bay - The Department of Psychology invites applications for a tenure-track assistant professor position in Behavioral Psychology to begin Fall 2023 (Position No. 514933). Candidates must have a PhD in Psychology or related field (or foreign equivalent), a record of peer-reviewed publications relevant to behavioral psychology and a strong theoretical understanding of the principles of classical and operant conditioning. The successful candidate’s area of focus might involve any number of scientific fields including behavior analysis, memory, or cognition. The candidate is expected to mentor primarily undergraduate research students and have an active program of research that does not require animal facilities. Duties include teaching undergraduate lecture and laboratory courses including Experimental Psychology and Conditioning and Learning; major and career advising; and departmental, college, and university service. Candidates should demonstrate experience in teaching, mentoring, research, and community service that has prepared them to contribute to our commitment to diversity and excellence. Additionally, applicants must demonstrate a record of scholarly activity and potential to obtain outside funding. Teaching assignments may include courses at the Hayward, Concord, and online campuses. Laboratory space is available and faculty development funds for research are awarded on a competitive basis. Full Ad: https://careers.pageuppeople.com/873/eb/en-us/job/514933/assistant-professor-of-psychology-behavioral-psychology

Deadline: 2022-08-22

For more information, please contact:
David Fencsik
david.fencsik@csueastbay.edu

Post-docs in the Cognition and Physiology of Drug Addiction

Position at: The University of Texas at Dallas
The lab of Sven Kroener (https://labs.utdallas.edu/csp/) at The University of Texas at Dallas is hiring Post-Doctoral Researchers to be involved in several multi-year NIH funded projects. These projects focus on understanding alterations in the neuronal circuitry of the medial prefrontal cortex related to drug addiction and their potential treatment. The lab employs a multi-disciplinary approach, combining behavioral assays, optogenetics, viral knockdown, and in-vitro electrophysiology. The ideal candidates will be highly motivated, independent, and passionate about research. Applicants should have an interest in the neurobiology of drug addiction and hold a PhD. Prior experience with relevant behavioral paradigms (drug self-administration or cognitive rodent tasks) or electrophysiology is desired, but not required, and applicants who have skills in only some of these disciplines, but feel that they can easily learn the others are encouraged to apply. We are seeking individuals with experience in project management, ability to promote a team-driven research environment, and excellent oral and written communication skills. The postdoctoral fellow will be intimately involved in the writing of publications and grant applications. Salary will be commensurate with NIH guidelines. If you are interested in applying, please submit a CV along with 2 references to: kroener@utdallas.edu

Deadline: 2022-08-25

For more information, please contact:
Sven Kroener
kroener@utdallas.edu
19728832039

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