The Systems Auditory Neuroscientist faculty position is a full-time position with primary responsibilities in conducting auditory neuroscience research and contributing to professional and graduate education in neuroscience. Particular emphasis will be given to individuals with a strong research program in systems and behavioral approaches to hearing, acoustic communication, emotional expression, and related disorders. The position requires an ability to direct an extramurally funded research program in auditory neuroscience and to collaborate with other auditory neuroscience faculty. The appointment will be made at the Assistant Professor level. The Systems Auditory Neuroscientist will report to the Chair of the Department of Anatomy and Neurobiology.
Principal Functional Responsibilities
•Develop an extramurally funded research program in auditory neuroscience
•Participate in activities and programs of the Auditory Neuroscience Research Focus Group
•Participate in neuroscience-related education of professional students
•Participate in graduate education through formal coursework and advising
• Provide service to NEOMED and to profession.
Ph.D. in neuroscience-related field
At least three years research experience in hearing sciences beyond the Ph.D.
Indication of promise in extramural research funding
Key Skills and Personal Characteristics
Ability to conduct and publish high quality neuroscience research
Excellent communication skills
Strong teaching ability
Demonstrated interest in research relating to hearing, emotions, and acoustic communication