[Comp-neuro] Tenure Track
eilon.vaadia at elsc.huji.ac.il
Wed Oct 14 15:23:12 CEST 2009
TENURE TRACK POSITIONS IN NEUROSCIENCE
Edmond and Lily Safra Center for Brain Sciences (ELSC)
The Hebrew University of Jerusalem
The new EDMOND AND LILY SAFRA CENTER FOR BRAIN SCIENCES (ELSC) at the
Hebrew University of Jerusalem is seeking candidates for faculty
positions at all levels in Neuroscience starting July 1, 2010.
The ELSC has openings for 15 new faculty positions to be filled over
seven to ten years. Specific emphasis will be placed on modern
interdisciplinary research using molecular, optical and
electrophysiological methods for probing and manipulating neuronal
networks that are directly related to specific behaviors. Applicants
are expected to develop a solid theoretical and computational
foundation in their area of research and to work closely with other
research teams. Duties of the newly recruited faculty also include
teaching at undergraduate and graduate levels.
Applicants with a Ph.D. and postdoctoral experience with a record of
excellence and independent productivity, who aspire to establish
active innovative and interdisciplinary research programs in
neuroscience, are invited to apply. Startup funds are available and
will be adjusted to the specific requirements of the proposed research
Please send applications by email and include: (1) a letter of
intent; (2) curriculum vitae; (3) an outline of future research,
including a brief description of the facilities required to carry out
the research plan; (4) three to five publications (in PDF format) that
best represent the candidate's work and teaching direction; (5) the
names of three individuals willing to provide letters of reference.
Read more about the new Center at
http://www.nature.com/news/2009/090623/full/news.2009.562.html and on
the ELSC WEB site: http://elsc-brain.huji.ac.il
Applications should be addressed to:
Prof. Eilon Vaadia, Acting Director, ELSC
Email: eilon.vaadia at elsc.huji.ac.il
Review of applications will begin on December 1, 2009. Applications will be
accepted at further dates as well.
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