College of Health and Human Performance

Department of Applied Physiology and Kinesiology

Assistant/Associate Professor in Biobehavioral Science

The Department of Applied Physiology and Kinesiology at the University
of Florida invites applications for a full-time, nine-month tenure track
faculty position at the rank of Assistant/Associate Professor.
Individuals with training in all areas of Neuroscience including
Biomechanics, Motor Control, and Exercise Psychology are encouraged to
apply. Priority will be given to applicants studying innovative research
questions that can be integrated with the research programs of existing
faculty in Biobehavioral Science. Applicants must hold an earned
doctorate in an appropriate field, demonstrate evidence of high-impact
scholarship as well as be successful in external grant funding.
Responsibilities include developing and maintaining a strong independent
research program with additional interdisciplinary collaborations.
Teaching responsibilities will include Biobehavioral Science graduate
and undergraduate courses, and mentoring graduate students.
Professional, university, and community service is expected. The
position is available August 2010 for an annual nine-month, tenure
accruing contract; salary will be competitive and commensurate with
experience and rank. Applications must be submitted on-line at
and must
include: (1) a letter of application, (2) statement of research
interests and career goals, (3) curriculum vitae, (4) two relevant
publications, and (5) name and contact information of at least three
university-affiliated references. Application deadline is December 11,
2009. E-mail inquiries or nominations should be sent to: James Cauraugh,

The University of Florida is dedicated to building a broadly diverse and
inclusive faculty and staff. Applications and nominations from a broad
spectrum of individuals including women, members of diverse ethnic
groups, and persons with disabilities are encouraged. All documents
associated with this search are subject to Florida's 'Government in the
Sunshine' and Public Records Laws.


Chris J Hass, Ph.D.

Department of Applied Physiology and Kinesiology

University of Florida

o:352-392-0584 x 1294