View Full Version : Computational neuroscientist at U. of Maryland, College Park

Jane E. Clark
11-24-1998, 07:23 AM
Our Neuroscience program is looking for a computational neuroscientist.
Possible appt. in either Psych or Kinesiology. If you are interested
particularly in the Kinesiology group, please contact Dr. John Jeka
Computational Neuroscientist. The
Neuroscience and Cognitive Science Program at the Univ. of
Maryland (www.life.umd.edu/nacs) seeks tenure-track
faculty. Areas of research include sensory and motor
physiology, analysis of control systems or cognitive
neuroscience. A wide range of techniques can be supported,
from neural network modeling to brain mapping/imaging/EEG.
Candidates who integrate theoretical with experimental
research are preferred. Tenure will be held in the Depts.
of Psychology or Kinesiology. Teaching duties include a
graduate course in computational neuroscience and
undergraduate course(s). For appointment in Psychology, the
rank will be Assistant Professor. For Kinesiology, rank is
open. For best consideration send, before Feb. 1, 1999, a
CV, addresses (including emails) of three references,
copies of publications, and statements of both research
(documenting any previous extramural funding) and teaching
interests to: Dr. Richard Payne, NACS Search, 2239
Zoo/Psych Building, University of Maryland, College Park,
MD 20742. Women and minorities are strongly encouraged to
apply. The University of Maryland is an Equal
Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer

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