[Comp-neuro] Open-rank Tenure-track Position in (Computational) Neuroscience
Erik De Schutter
erik at oist.jp
Thu Oct 1 05:56:41 CEST 2015
The Okinawa Institute of Science and Technology [OIST] Graduate University (http://www.oist.jp <http://www.oist.jp/>) invites applications for a faculty position in neuroscience. OIST emphasizes interdisciplinary research and teaching. Current faculty covers multiple disciplines in biology, chemistry, mathematics and physics; including a strong presence in experimental and theoretical neuroscience. Appointments can be made as Assistant Professor (tenure track), Associate Professor (tenured) or Professor (tenured). This is part of a plan to hire 50 new faculty members by 2023.
We seek applicants with outstanding scholarship, creativity, and interdisciplinary interests. Further information and details of the application procedure may be accessed at https://groups.oist.jp/facultypositions <https://groups.oist.jp/facultypositions>
Inquiries should be directed to Professor Ken Peach, Dean of Faculty Affairs, faculty-recruiting at oist.jp <mailto:faculty-recruiting at oist.jp>
Applications should be made online before 15th November 2015.
OIST is a new, English-language graduate university offering a world-class research environment and has an international research community with faculty, students and staff from over 50 countries. Faculty receives research budgets and has access to top of the line equipment. The campus is located on a beautiful, subtropical island in Okinawa, Japan.
OIST Graduate University is an equal opportunity educator and employer committed to increasing the diversity of its faculty, students and staff by having proactive policies in place. We provide a family-friendly working environment, including a bilingual child development center on campus. Applications from women and other underrepresented groups are strongly encouraged. See https:// <https://groups.oist.jp/ged>groups.oist.jp/ged <https://groups.oist.jp/ged>.
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